Bearizona is actually a drive-through wildlife park we passed en route to Grand Canyon, but you can’t deny me the play on words. All I really want to get across regarding the canyon is the sheer scale of it: 10,000 or so square miles. Forget about light and vantage point. […]
Or more accurately, in a Las Vegas suburb. They woke me precisely at 7:30 this morning, followed swiftly by two cats and a dog. Then they kicked me off of the couch to watch PBS Kids, and who am I to argue with them in their own home?
They promised me a glow-in-the-dark moon bounce, but all I found was this.
I joked with myself most of the quarter that I would find a way to do a project on goats at some point. When I found Integration Acres during my quilt barn quest and got to pet the friendlier goats, I was sold. Chris and Sasha were nice enough to […]
Scenes from the second day of the Henry Reed Convention. Here’s something a little closer to fiddles. edit: for the curious, a more complete gallery is now available
Over the weekend Sarah and I trekked down to Glen Lyn, Virginia for the first step of my master’s project: The Henry Reed Memorial Fiddlers Convention. It’s a apparently quite a small, young convention and definitely a great place to start. We attended master classes with Alan Jabbour, made friends […]
Maybe the quilt barns are past their prime. From what I understand many are fading and/or peeling, and the barn owners donâ€™t know and donâ€™t even care what to do when the squares start looking terrible. Whatever love there was for this project originally has vanished. Even people like me […]
My absolute best shooting this quarter has been done at Integration Acres. I’m doing my final video project there but when I bring out the D700 somehow the stress is gone and light just falls into my lens without my having to ask. I’ll have the video done this weekend […]
They tell me I don’t understand light. I absolutely understand light. It’s just not always convenient for myself or my subjects. But when it is, I get it. Here’s just about the end of my Athens County Quilt Barn documentary for the quarter.