We’ve worked all the final kinks out on the business plan moving into 2014.
Spoke at the Society of Photographic Educator’s Conference in Seattle last week. These were two of the souls brave enough to come out and listen to me expound on theories of representation, death of god theology and Nietzsche.
I talked about photography, too.
Doodle sesh in full effect for first project in the new Brooklyn studio.
Been a busy last couple months, high time for some updates. Stay tuned for a few posts highlighting recent news and the like.
Check out the latest issue of The Picture Professional with a cover and feature about Andy’s work shooting the oil workers at the Kern Oil Fields near Bakersfield, CA and the aftermath of the Elk Creek Complex Fire here in Idaho that devastated the area around where we live. A special thanks to Ophelia Chong at The Picture Professional for her work bringing this issue to life.
Just updated the website with photographic stills from the video project where I play 3 different father characters throughout space and time.
The image above might perhaps be the best photographic representation of what lies on the horizon with regard to that.
Beyond that, I’ve been using every bit of my spare time to mess up how my website shows horizontal images.
If you find yourself with a horizontal image (like below), but it happens to be too wide for your browser window, click on it and get full browser window experience.
In closing, this is a rad shower curtain from a miniature horse farm I happened to be shooting at a couple days ago.
Yours in the war,
. . . the foray back into video that I’ve had in mind for well over a year will be kicking off Monday.
Joint collaboration project with prop and set direction genius, John Lavin, of Lavin + Stacey Design.
Production and video / editing by Super Frog Saves Tokyo who made the video below a few weeks back that was making the rounds.
Destroy the weekend,
Working on the finishing touches to a few video vignettes I’ll be directing in the next couple weeks. Stay tuned. . . It really is going to be some of the wildest stuff I’ve done lately.