Friday, September 19, 2014

One Last Feline Friday Update:

After this, I will stop. 

Feline Friday / New Cats In Art Photography / Humble Arts Foundation

Humble Arts Foundation has their exhibition HERE.

I thought I'd share my entry portfolio can always learn something from the one's that got away. 

Take a look and celebrate Fotographic Feline Friday. 


Thursday, September 18, 2014

New Cats In Art Photography / Humble Arts Foundation

So happy to be included in the current Humble Arts Foundation exhibition New Cats In Art Photography.
See the show in all it's splendor HERE.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Workbook Fall 2014

Workbook Fall 2014 is here.
Images from our campaign for NOKIA Lumia for Geometry SF, above.

Calvin Embry, son of Brooke Embry of Tidepool Reps selects my pages as his clear favorite.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Family Fiction, #1

In 1978 the whole family took a workshop with legendary photographer Jerry Uelsmann. 

Wilson posed Eli and I and created a darkroom composite, later applying a selenium tone technique to the final fiber based print.


Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Kommode Verlag / Living Working Can't Stop Won't Stop

Feels great to be rapping up this project commissioned by Kommode Verlag in Switzerland. Artist Laura Johnston came in to illustrate a series of elements on the walls of my home. Over the past weeks my two sons played the roles, as I borrowed generously from the living/working philosophy of artist Lauren Simonutti.

Turning over our finals in the week ahead to the publisher feels like turning in a novel...a novel with two endings. Love and gratitude to love of my life Lisa Mitchell who engaged with the fabric of this project from the very first chalk idea to the inspired casting curve ball she called for. 

There really is nothing as satisfying as taking a chance on something uncharted and seeing it fly. And realizing you can't really fly on your own.


Monday, September 8, 2014

Space Needle & Safe

A very busy summer.
Hazy like the Space Needle below.
I realize August was left in the dust.
Never mentioned.
Living only on Facebook and Instagram, the assassins of the blog proper.

Upon return from the Seattle trip, these glorious prints from Sandra-Lee Phipps' project titled SAFE arrived also out of no where. Arriving on just the right day, brightening the darkness, these images are waiting at the framer now to get picked up. Discover more of Sandra-Lee's work HERE.