Spring Break = Printing week!
I’ve been printing up a storm and I am close to having all of my final prints done for the thesis exhibition.
Here is a recent image:
Many more images to come soon.
Also, a little teaser for another future post:
Check out: Treemotel’s new music video for Barbara.
It was produced at my school (Santa Fe University of Art and Design) by some really talented people. It is truly great.
Fun fact: I made the big green head (at about 1:24) for a costume.
Back to the darkroom!
So this semester has been pretty crazy, but it has also been pretty crazy-amazing. Myself and the three other Photography BFA students at my school, (Michelle Eckhardt, Zoe Townsend, Karen Belton) will be presenting about our work at photo-eye gallery. Every first wednesday of the month, photo-eye invites photographers to present work that they have done. I am extremely excited about this opportunity for our group to share our work with the public.
If you are in the Santa Fe area, put it on your calendar! The event is March 7 at 6:30.
(my image is #3 on the flyer. Check out the other photographers! They are doing some really cool stuff.)
In other amazing and much more humble news, our school is taking a trip to New York for AIPAD, The Association of International Photography Art Dealers. I have heard that is probably the biggest photography event in the world. I am so utterly excited to get to go on this trip! (and to visit New York for the first time)
Shot from last week. I have the most patient model in the world. I swear.
Nectar Magazine is getting way more submissions for issue #2 than for “Evidence of Home”. With more than 3 months left, I can’t wait to see all of the work that we get! I posted some of our recent submissions on Nectar’s site, check it out:
Unrelated, but cool: Check out Die Antwoord’s latest video, directed by amazing photographer Roger Ballen. Creepy and catchy and all around great.