2nd video: a more in-depth look at the SOHO program from the perspectives of many people involved. As Mikkaisha sums it up: “It’s a one of a kind place!”
Since the fall, I’ve been involved in an amazing weekly mentoring program at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond called SOHO: Space of Her Own.
I recently completed two videos about the program, first here’s an introduction.
Last summer I had the pleasure of living and working in Maine. I didn’t know how to edit video at the time, but I was experimenting with capturing movement. Here is an ode to summer. An appreciation for long days that seem to end too quickly.
Location: Old Orchard Beach, Maine. Summer 2012.
Music: Podington Bear
I’m so honored to be named one of “Three Photographers Worthy of Exposure” by Style Weekly!
I haven’t given myself time to edit personal projects. Actually, every project is personal. I mean, unpaid work, purely aesthetic, experimental, completely for the love and the joy and the beauty of the world.
On the evening of January 17 (the night before my birthday), the snow that everyone had been talking about all day began to fall. Thick, wet flakes. For a while I watched from the window, mesmerized by the snow in the golden glow of the streetlamp. And then I went outside to play.
All the footage from this video is taken from that one, magical night. From right outside my door. From the light of one streetlamp. You don’t have to go far. You don’t have to search hard. There is beauty is here. There is beauty is now.