Friday, November 5, 2010

New York Times / ECHOLILIA


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New York Times' photographer Jim Estrin and writer Jane Gross put together an insightful story about how the ECHOLILIA project got started. Jane gets into my home and head in this story like no other writer has while Jim delivers the edit. Enjoy it on the New York Times Lens Blog HERE.

13 comments:

Peggy said...

I love that you shared these and I was able to see them. These photos are so beautiful and real, inspirational.

Samuel DeBey said...

Great job! I saw you on CNN! If you ever want to collab and turn pics into an animation i could help you and think you could make a really powerful short.

avs said...

Gorgeous Work, Timothy! e

helen said...

amazing :)

elizabeth V said...

These are inspiring photos. I am left with such a feeling of your son of otherworldliness. I am going to spend my afternoon reading your blog.

Anonymous said...

gorgeous and amazing. this is also why i am terrified of having kids at 45 years old. risk of autism just too high...

Deb said...

I know that you've probably heard this 10,000 times. My son is also on the autistic spectrum and your photos made me laugh and cry. They're beautiful and every day. We also have lots of electronic noises and I'm constantly trying to figure out what box he's hiding in this time. Although if I just stand still and be quiet, he'll start beeping or honking in a minute and I don't have to look anymore, lol! He's younger than your Eli - coincidentally, my son's middle name is Eli.

Thank you for sharing this, it was like looking at your heart. It's very brave and very beautiful.

Timothy Archibald said...

Everyone who reached out here...thank you so very much.
Dunno what to say...
TA

Julie Hendriks said...

Thank you, your photo's of your son remind me like my son, Beer (Bear) with autism. The beauty of it is that he inspires me to paint and make photo's..when you have a kid that shuts you out all you want to do is finding a way to get into his life with all possible ways.

bird. said...

Nice, Tim. Glad to see you are getting the great exposure you deserve for this project. What a long time in the making-- Can't wait to see it all in person.

chirp.

Timothy Archibald said...

Julie- wonderful work you've done that really feels like childhood/motherhood...great stuff there.
Bird- you will see the stuff this week...I'm not sure if the installation really worked, but it was fun to try out. We are on for Wednesday, correct?

Julie Hendriks said...

Thanks! Good luck with the book and your wonderful son.

chere said...

my god, these images are so very beautiful. they make my heart stop.