- My New Project, Direct From The Plain Of Jars in Laos It has been six months in the making and the...
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- New: Plain of Jars Project //www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCtrzk_bWZQ If you can’t see the video above, please...
- Jeff Frost: Story of Abstract Ritual — Circle of Abstract Ritual Some time ago I came across the work of Jeff...
- Modern Ruin: White Hole Modern Ruin: White Hole ~ Modern Ruin: Black Hole I’ve...
- The Platinotypist “A little African story” Continuing the theme of Tuesday’s post about alternative printing processes...
- A Glimpse Into: Myanamar My friend Bill Livingston, a somewhat cantankerous filmmaker, always manages...
- Feeling Apocalypse Now Ever have one of those moments that strongly reminds you...
- Bangkok Color: Lumpini Park In A Subtle Pastel Palette I’m experimenting with long exposures and am particularly happy...
- How To: Working With Plywerk Bamboo Art Panels Part #6 Here is the last installment of my video series on...
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Robert Sarazin Blake — Workin’ The Crowd
Published 10:45 am, 8 Oct 2014
It had been a long time since I had seen my old friend Robert Sarazin Blake play, and I hadn’t yet seen him with his new band The Put It All Down In A Letters. The band is tight and Robert is better than ever. His music used to be described as folk punk, but I always […]
RIP: Fred Branfman, And An Image In Your Name
Published 4:16 pm, 2 Oct 2014
I’ve been thinking a lot the last few days. Fred Branfman, a person who I consider a true American hero (and I do not use the term hero often—sadly it has become watered down from overuse—and misuse), passed away last week. And, in addition to the sadness I felt, I felt a pang of guilt. […]
Jeff Frost: Circle Of Abstract Ritual
Published 5:00 pm, 18 Sep 2014
This film took 300,000 photos, riots, wildfires, paintings in abandoned houses, two years and zero graphics to make. It changed my entire life. -Jeff Frost As I mentioned here, Circle Of Abstract Ritual by Jeff Frost is an amazing use of time-lapse photography. He’s released the video on Vimeo where it has already garnered the Staff Pick Award. […]
Jeff Frost: Story of Abstract Ritual — Circle of Abstract Ritual
Published 11:00 am, 9 Sep 2014
Some time ago I came across the work of Jeff Frost — part photographer, part videographer, part alchemist. Media and metaphysics—two of my favorites. Not long ago he had a Kickstarter campaign. He had me at: It’s art for the sake of art. And I sent in what I could afford. Best money I’ve spent […]
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Beauty In Simple Things, #1
Published 2:00 pm, 4 Sep 2014
I was photographing at a hospital in Laos with the team from Doctors Without Borders, and I turned around and noticed one of these sheets blowing in the wind. As usual, I had my camera preview set to black and white and the shape and motion really caught my eye. (Be careful with the volume level […]