A Strange Dinner: Week 1. car troubles

As promised, here are the pictures of Saturdays car troubles (courtesy of our project documenter Ami Dal Sasso).  We got a flat on the way to Flower Child.  Needless to say, it could have been much MUCH worse.  I thank my mother for making me get AAA and Laura's grandmother for having a spare tire.

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“Yes, you too could look this good…”

The title for this series (in reference to Kim Kardashian) as well as its inspiration came directly from the pages of Cosmo. "Yes, you too could look this good..." was my interpretation of my most recent Photo II project: visual narrative.  This series stems from thoughts I have been having in regard to how much …

A Strange Dinner: Week 1. update

Notes on thrifting 10/12.  Head of set design. Today was a day of car problems, thrifting and inspirations. Since we are supposed to post road blocks as well as triumphs, here they are - literally.  While on our way to Flower Child, we ran over a curb and got a seriously flat tire.  Thank goodness …

A Strange Dinner: Week 1.

            Notes from A Strange Dinner meeting 10/10.  Head of set design. Today we decided on a color scheme.  Our main color will be mustard yellow, our accent color will be emerald green and we will be accenting with beiges and other neutrals. We talked a lot about place setting …

A Strange Dinner.

So my project (I am beautiful...) came in fifth place out of fifty.  Too bad only the top four get produced.  I am okay with this for two reasons.  One, I plan on doing it anyways.  Two, I am now apart of a super awesome film that I am totally psyched about!! I am, along …

My Fathers Land: thoughts on critique.

I felt that the critique for this project, My Fathers Land, went extremely well.  Some points that were brought up that I hadn't thought about were 1) the distance from ones past created by the distance from the camera to the buildings 2) the thought of never really being able to go home.  This project …

My Fathers Land.

This is the final product for my documentary project in Photo II.  I couldn't be happier with the results.  I didn't post any process work for this series so I will talk a little bit about my concept now. I wanted to document my home town through the eyes of my father.  He was raised …