The Brownie in Motion Project has officially made history! : )
Jeff Curto – a photo educator and SPE National Board Member – recently mentioned the Brownie In Motion Project in his History of Photography Podcast, which fittingly dealt with the history of the Kodak Brownie camera.
On Sunday, I was interviewed by Alissa Henry from Good Day Columbus about my camera obscura project, Target Six-16, which was being displayed at Nationwide Starry Night in Westerville. It was pretty early in the morning and my first time on TV so I was a bit nervous, do I look it?!
Skip to minute 6:50 on the timeline and let me know what you think!
Alex Bandar from the Columbus Idea Foundry was interviewed as well. Skip to 5:10 to hear Alex discuss 3D printers.
Here are some process photos from a recent shoot taken by my assistant, Forrest Roberts…..
Another day at the office.
The projection studies are a visual convergence of two individuals that together make up a couple. These photographs were created by using the lens of the camera obscura to project the image of one person onto the body of the other. The final portraits are shot using a digital camera without the use of Photoshop and explore the ability of the photographic medium to render fantastical moments that are simultaneously fact and fiction.
The Brownie and I will be at the forthcoming 400 Festivus event happening this Saturday December 14 at 400 West Rich Street Studios in Franklinton from 11 – 6pm. Come by, say hello and be sure to check out work of my colleagues from The OSU STEAM Factory!