Posts tagged FILM PHOTOGRAPHY
Artist Spotlight: Robbie Jeffers

Our August Artist Spotlight will focus on none other than, Robbie Jeffers. You may have seen his work in our first print issue released this July. We wanted to showcase Robbie in August since we are collaborating with him on an upcoming project.

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Pretty Pastel

The contrast of makeup and a girlish outfit, of crisp and saturated Ektar; the series reflects on a quiet dilemma, in a pretty picture.

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CONCERT GALLERY: Triathalon at The Roxy in Los Angeles, California

Concert Gallery of the band Triathlon captured with film by Justin Yun.

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Art Islands from a Black & White Perspective

This renders the towns as if they are in a time capsule, totally separated from the art on the islands. The docks are worn down as if they had seen time pass it by while it remained unchanged.

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The Opioid Diaries: James Nachtwey's Talk at Newseum in Nation's Capital

At the Newseum in Washington, D.C. Nachtwey discussed his experience and thoughts on the project. During his talk, you could hear the pain and empathy in his voice for the victims of this horrible addiction. 

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Chosen Ones: Photographing Boys Before They Enter the 'Real World'

This project documents schoolboys and their surroundings in their final year of school, as they look ahead to the future.

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Poetic Collective x Robin Pailler

Amaryllis is the love child of Swedish skate co Poetic Collective and filmmaker Robin Pailler. Shot on location in Copenhagen with 16mm film

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A Fabrication of Being

My goal was to construct a fake narrative from the photographs that I shot throughout my journey. The resultant series, presenting a fictive vision of my short travels through New Zealand.

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My Letter to Portland

Being a girl who spends her days galavanting Zuma end to end, why would I choose to spend a chunk of my winter up in the cold, grey Pacific Northwest? I mean, apart from my awesome cousins, that cute dude I met at the skatepark back in summer and the fact my broken wrist means surfing is out of the picture.

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Homes of Northern Virginia

Although the aesthetic of a house might lead you to assume the type of family that occupies it, you can never fully know until you meet those individuals.

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Perennial: Daniel Martin's Second Solo Exhibition

In Perennial, Daniel Martin considers the palm tree in Perth as a symbol for the nostalgic notion of the “Australian Dream.” Focusing on the introduced tropical palm species that are prevalent in the dry, northern suburbs.

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Prague City Streets

My visit to the Czech Republic inspired me in black and white. I don’t shoot in black and white nearly as much as I should. And I’m reminded of that every time I see the developed images. There’s something so complex in its simplicity; like reality, deconstructed into basic parts, a little black, some grey, the rest white. 

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