Last night, Oregon Public Broadcasting aired their twice weekly segment on art, called Oregon Art Beat. I was one of the three persons featured on the show. It is so strange to watch myself on tv, as I’m used to being on the other side of the camera. The piece is about the fact that I work both as an editorial photographer and a fine art photographer. I would like to thank OPB, Jule Gilfillan, Tom Shrider and Randy Layton for putting together such a nice piece. I’d also like to thank This Old House for giving OPB permission to photograph us working on location for the March 2012 cover. I am also grateful to Michele Greco for allowing herself to be filmed while we were working – so a big thanks to my favorite stylist/producer. Although this feels like more shameless horn-tooting, I really hope that you’ll take a moment to watch the video.
Archive for April, 2012
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