Corps workout

I know exactly when posting starts to slip around here. It’s when I’m packing the days with lots of work. In this case, pulling together photos for an event where folks sent in a photo that represented “A Wonderful Moment“. Response was fantastic, in part because I think we’re in need of a little more […]

The Madisonville Edition

Though my Fellowship technically ended in March, I still had some ideas left to execute for PhotoCorps. One such thing was the concept of a “Neighborhood Edition” which would invite folks to explore a community throughout the year, bring together their photos and publish them in a collection. The first two editions focus on Madisonville […]

Taylor Dorrell

Quick video shoot with Taylor Dorrell. (A teaser of which you can see here.)

City Tour

The third day of the Fellowship and we toured around the city, meeting mentors and other folks that will be helpful along our journey. First stop? Meeting the FotoFocus team at Lightborne to learn all about their approach and the upcoming Biennial in October. (Which I super enjoyed in ’14… Bonus? John Waters!) Touring Cincinnati […]

First day of the Fellowship

My fellow Fellowshipmate, Brandon Black, takes a wonderfully analog and visual approach to thinking through his upcoming project. We spent the first day thinking about schedule, what we hope to accomplish and how to tackle things. Bonus? Flowers from Tom & Wendy wishing me luck:

A virtual Garage Sale

April 1st was my last day at the studio proper—at least for a while. Tom and I had lots of goals before I shifted gears. One was to get old stock up online in mystery bundles and a Garage Sale of sorts. So we spent the week photographing classic shirts and plugged ’em into the […]

Pow Wow for the People

Kind of a precursor to the Fellowship was day listening to other folks that get projects off the ground down at People’s Liberty. Billed as a Pow Wow for the People, they brought together grantees, investors, community folks and then some. If my notes (zoom) above are any indication, you can sense it was good […]

Doodle Page

It took a while, but I’m finally quite comfortable using Adobe Illustrator. In this word of high resolution devices, it’s nice to have a program that isn’t locked into pixels. One favorite feature that cropped up over the past few years is Artboards, where you can create multi-page documents. Even better? I doodle outside of […]

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