My new portfolio site is up and running. New layout, new content. It currently contains a lot of CITY covers, editorial layout, illustration, art direction, and motion graphics. I have not yet added straight-up “photography” to it.
Archive for the ‘Work’ Category
This is the fifth post in my series of selected work done for CITY Newspaper in 2010. Be sure to check out the previous posts: PART 1 | PART 2 | PART 3 | PART 4 Fall is my absolute favorite time of year. I don’t know if that necessarily translates over into my work, […]
This is the fourth post in my series of selected work done for CITY Newspaper in 2010. Be sure to check out the previous posts: PART 1 | PART 2 | PART 3. Thanks to everyone who asked me where this post was, voiced encouragement over these recaps, and asked if I was planning to […]
This is the third post in my series of selected work done for CITY Newspaper in 2010. Be sure to check out the previous posts: PART 1 | PART 2. Summertime and the living is BUSY! From dining to superadobes, and buskers to Summer Guide, May-June is certainly the busy season at CITY. There’s so […]
This is the second post in my series of selected work done for CITY Newspaper in 2010. Check out the first post, if you missed it, for Jan-Feb and then check back each week for another pair of months until they’re done! Apartments and bobcats and dolls! OH MY! Spring is my least favorite season […]
I love end-of-the-year wrap-up posts: I love seeing what people’s favorite photos from the year were, or what were their defining memories. Since we know I’m terribly slow at blogging, I don’t often attempt them. But this year is gonna be different because I want to be the kind of person who DOES make end-of-the-year […]
The closing weekend of ImageOut was amazing: insanely fun and jam-packed! I can’t believe we fit so much in, especially amidst all the films! After our film on Thursday night, Adam and I headed to Jay’s Diner for late-night food, only to run into Michael Gamilla and director Keith Hartman (“You Should Meet My Son”) […]
ImageOut’s opening weekend was really great this year: talking with friends I haven’t seen in a year, taking a lot of photos of patrons and guests, and seeing some VERY good movies! “Undertow,” in particular, was a truly wonderful film that’s gonna stick with me for awhile. It’s been a bit of a whirlwind, but […]
Sometimes the most rushed photo shoots are also the most fun. I wanted to avoid a collage of film stills for CITY’s preview of this year’s ImageOut film festival (written by the talented Dayna Papaleo), so I suggested we put together a queue line of people to pose for the cover. It ended up being […]
Brian, for his website; Whitney, for her senior photos; Matt W, just because. For my cousin Whitney’s senior photos, we did a mix of her in her soccer uniform in front of her High School, in front of blue and black backdrops in a “studio” setting, and a few of her at the George Eastman House gardens.