Russell and Emily
Over the past couple of months I’ve been working on my photo series about Bronies. It’s been a real treat being able to dive into their culture, hear their stories and, of course, learn everything there is about MLP!
If you are or know of a Brony in the Bay Area and would like to be part of this project. Send me a message. We would love to have you!
I’ve teamed up with Rayko Photo Center and put together a 2 day workshop covering everything you need to know about plastic cameras.
Check it out.
A few photos from the series I shot in China will be on display at the Seed Gallery in San Francisco in a group show called “Time in Place”.
My series dives into the people, the culture and the day to day lives of the people of China. I shot the entire series with my Nikon FG with a 28mm and 50mm lens and I used HP5 film shot at 1600 iso.
"Time in Place"
The Seed Gallery of Art and Thoreau Center of Sustainability are pleased to present Time in Place, a group show exhibiting eight select Bay Area Artists, curated by Nicole Perroni, Juried by Ann Jastrab. Through expansive photographic mediums, intricate fabrication, and arresting measures of sculptural exploration, these artists lead us through various parts of the world, move through historical lineage, and delve into cultural integration.
Exhibiting artists: Sara Chestnutt-Fry, Hanna Quevedo, Kristine Mays, Anastasia Kuba, Ian Tuttle, Lucien Shapiro, Mark Pollard, Christine Zona.
My photo “Santa Cruz” was accepted into Rayko’s 7th Annual International Plastic Camera Show.
Redscale film on a super sampler camera.
Exhibition Dates: March 5th - April 29th
Commercial shoots for DIY. www.diy.org
Another ongoing job I’ve been working on is for DIY. They are adding lots of fantastic consumer products to their site and I’ve been helping them create the imagery for their online marketplace. I’ve also explored adding life to their products by creating some gifs.