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  1. wip pagazine

    by , 07-16-2008 at 02:27 AM
    Check out the first issue of wip, the electronic magazine for creative photography at
  2. New Studio

    by , 07-10-2008 at 02:18 PM
    I found a studio to share outside of my house, finally! The price isn't cheap, but it's a lot better than what I would have paid to get my own space - $380 a month, plus utilities. It is close to public transit, and it is shared with three other photographers. I'll finally be able to advertise with a business address, and I'll be able to have models in to shoot without needing to do government clearance level background checks. Now I just have to move my gear in, and convince the other photographers ...
  3. Developing pains

    by , 07-08-2008 at 03:44 PM
    My plan was to develop 12 sheets of 4x5 film with great shots (naturally ). Looking back at my day it was probably not the best decision I made. I have been home most of the day due to my boy being sick. We went to the doctor and found out he had pneumonia. On the way home we picked up our 4 year old girl. When we came home her temperature went up and she got sick too. Tucked them in bed. That was when I decided to use some time to develop som film. Maybe I should just have turned on the telly ...
  4. Show Pt II

    by , 07-03-2008 at 06:48 PM
    The show is hung and, if I do say so myself, looks amazing (the entire show.. a mixed media suitcase celebration). My panos looked so huge at home, but rather puny on these gallery walls. Tonally, they harken back to my infamous "dark and contrasy" roots... But that's how fairy tales often are, right?
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  5. artomatic takedown

    by , 06-21-2008 at 11:51 AM
    I'm sitting here at Artomatic, doing my last volunteer shift during deinstallation. The space looks very different with half the art remaining, and little debris piles here and there where people haven't finished cleaning up. Many of the artists who haven't removed their work still have the poems written for them stuck to their walls. There is this "poet" who goes through the show every year and writes a little stanza or two for each artist's exhibit. She deserves a lot of credit for tackling ...



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