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Interview with Sara Sanger →
a great interview with the amazing woman who got me my first real assisting job and has always given me really good advice about how to be a photographer.
its. just. not. fair.
The Witchery of Archery →
I’m going to start working on a new project about folks who are into traditional archery…that means wooden bows. None of this mechanical cam compound bow with sights bullshit. I’ve been wanting to start this for the last year and feel like its finally time. Little Dorothy Smith here is my inspiration.
I shot some product for Fireclay Tile about a year ago. They are a great little company out of San Jose that is very focused on making tiles out of disposed of resources. Listen to their interview about making tiles out of old porcelain toilets on NPR. Paul is a super nice guy that really experiments with materials and find ways to use what is in excess around him to make new things.
New Space Print auction! this friday! →
if you live in Portland you should probably go to this
the second Punic Wars on a Saturday morning
woke up with the image of Hannibal’s war elephants crossing the Alps in my mind and just how fucking crazy that is….did you know his favorite Elephant was named Surus?
I for one welcome our arsenic-based interplanetary overlords.– William Gibson (via emmanuelnegro)
Turbo Jamz indeed
bummer these guys don’t tour more. new jamz from Napa/Sacto’s bass and drum powerhouse Planets. TURBO JAMZ also see Paul’s former band SWIMS for some more melodic stuff.
blog. round 2. FIGHT!
I was really bad at keeping my last photography blog. this will be different, i promise. First entry, Im stoked on a few things for this weekend. Here they are in chronological order Frist, amazing photographer and Portland resident Corey Arnold is having a new show opening at the Charles Hartman gallery this Thursday evening. He just got back from documenting fisheries over in Europe after...