17 Aug

Gravy Studio Photo booth shots

Gravy Studio Photobooth

As you can see we all had a blast at the Gravy Studio opening.

To celebrate the Cedar St Block party opening I decided to run a similar styled photobooth to the one I did on Cedar St. The results are below.

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The Gravy Gang

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Face painters!

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A picture of health Derek Dorsey

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Tim Rayer III

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JUMP!

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Roman.

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People really like to JUMP!

I really had a blast with this project. The gang over at Gravy were really fun to work with. It was really nice to collaborate with them as well. They really were able to see some things about my work that I had overlooked. While curating the final image selection they pulled out some shots that I would have never picked and I couldn’t be more happy about the end result.

To check out what they are up to lately check out the site.

https://www.gravy-studio.com

04 Aug

Artist Interview

Artist Interview

Here is a quick artist interview done by Mr. Benjamin Riley over at Gravy Studios for my gallery show . The interview covers my approach toward the project as well as why I chose to take it on. Check out the Cedar St Block Party project here.

The interview also covers how any why I got into photography. Which is pretty contrary to most photographers I’ve encountered. Most people get into photography and start shooting almost anything. In a round about way I got into photography from more of a graphic or design standpoint as an addition to other artistic projects.

Its always interesting to see my own unfiltered response to questions about my work. Its probably some of the most honest I am ever. I also can help notice how much Im blinking. Oh well. Enjoy!

 


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