Thursday, April 30, 2009

Last night, Math the Band and Andrew W.K. played in the Grind at Clark University. I covered the event for ROCU's website and these are only a few of what I got. I still have tons more unedited and I wish I had thought ahead enough to put the Math the Band photos before the AWK photos but no one is perfect. I had a blast at this show. Both Math and AWK were great and the whole show had an incredible energy. I was sitting on the stage for most of these and at the end of the show I was trampled by the crowd trying to get past me. But my camera and I are fine and I have walked away with some cool images and only a few bruises to show for it. If for any reason, you want to use these (or any others on my blog), I must insist that you contact me for consent: Thanks.

Andrew W.K. comes to Clark!

Math the Band opening for Andrew W.K.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

I never thought it would happen, but finally spring has come to Worcester. It is a strange time of year; sun is out but the leaves haven't grown back yet so the trees are bare. The light reflects off of everything creating a an unusual brightness. It can be hard to photograph at times but it's really beautiful. These images are from my latest Worcester exploration. Hopefully I will be doing this alot this summer.

Maeve & Gavin

Sam's Work

Nick in the Morning

Angela in Bed
Portfolio Picks:
So we are finally reaching the end of a long semester and I have gathered ten images to constitute my final portfolio. The four above were not previously on my blog but the other six can be found by scrolling through:
Maeve and Her Eggs (3.21.09)
Maeve in the Yard (2.24.09
Jon Exhales (2.17.09)
Maeve in the Shower (2.14.09)
Angela's Worst Portrait (1.30.09)
Thomas on the Porch (1.30.09)

Saturday, April 4, 2009

I have nothing to add this week other than old film scans. I happened upon this contact sheet last night and thought some of these might be worth scanning. I shot them last summer and, even though they are not great, it was something I had been thinking about for a long time. Each of these were 15-20 minute exposures, taken with my 35mm Canon F-1. Hopefully next week I will add some more recent work.