Hello all from the very snowy Northeast! I figured I’d take advantage of being snowed in to share some really exciting news and a few new photos.
First things first – I am thrilled to report that my work is currently being shown in Cambridge, England! United Photo Industries joined with the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities at the University of Cambridge to create Human Flows, a group exhibition of photography on the topic of humanity and movement. I’m on the lookout for photos of the installation and show opening, but in the meantime, you can read more about the exhibition here.
Over the last two months I also took advantage of the break between my classes to do a bit of shooting towards a new project. I’m keeping most of the work private until the project is complete, but I wanted to share two of the new images with you. I also rediscovered an old image from 2008, and you can see all three below. I’d love to hear your thoughts on the work in the comments!
Untitled 32, 2013:
Untitled 35, 2013:
Untitled 8, 2008:
I hope to have more news and photos for you all shortly!
Shoot day tomorrow . . .
For me, that means nerves.
One chance at getting what I want out of a shoot – I can’t replicate anything I do. So pressure pressure pressure.
Which means it is time to drift back into hazy memory of a different date, and a different place:
A month from today is the Photographic Resource Center’s annual benefit auction, and I’m honored to be one of the photographers with a piece in the silent auction. The image is one I shot while shooting for Unrelenting Silence and is a great example of why I shoot the way I do, and why I love shooting with film:
I highly recommend attending the auction if you can as it will be a great evening filled with photography, food and wine, and the excitement of the live auction. Check out photos from last year’s auction (I’m in a few as an art handler!). It’s an event not to be missed!
PDF Version available here. And, because you’re special, a preview of one of the photos in the installation. One of 29, to be exact:
So you know those gigantic scans from the last post? Yeah, they weren’t big enough. Back to the film!
And in case you’re curious, this beast of an installation is entitled “Unrelenting Silence.”