New year’s resolution: get in the dark room. Everyone start shooting more film, sending more mail, starting more random conversations.
BTW, photos of Mr. Eli can be found at Day19.com/eli so we can post photos every day and be a crazy parents who post photos of their child every day and not look AS crazy.
4 Day old Eli. Thanks for all the congrats from everyone, means a lot. Here’s where he looks like his dad.
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Swindle’s 2nd annual Icons just hit newsstands everywhere. We photographed David Lynch at his house in the hills and Daryl Hannah at her house in Malibu for it. After the shoot David Lynch said to us “it was a real pleasure watching you guys work”, how rad is that!
We put Daryl in a wheelbarrow and she tipped over but was cracking up the whole time. Make-up by Ms. Amy Strozzi and hair by Mr. John D.
Three Thanksgiving dinners. Claire has a real future as a food photographer.
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Reciever Gallery Presents
“I Do Adore” in San Francisco.
curated by day19
Angela Boatwright, Abbey Drucker, Cheryl Dunn,
Helena Kvarnstrom,Ye Rin Mok, Chrissy Piper, Zen Sekizawa,
Emily Shur, Deanna Templeton, Claire Weiss, & Andrea Longacre-White.
Opening Reception Saturday, December 8th, 2007
7pm – 10pm
December 8th, 2007 – January 25th, 2008
“I Do Adore” is an exhibition of emerging and well established women photographers from across the world. Each of the featured artists have created names for themselves through various outlets from books to magazine features to exhibitions to ad campaigns. One thing that each of these women have in common is their passion and talent for photography. Their styles range from street documentation to editorial, fine art to photo journalism and portraiture. In a fusing of all these different styles from such influential photographers, “I Do Adore” brings with it all the character and emotion that these artists have captured from behind the lens. Every photographer that was invited to be a part of this exhibition has shown the exceptional ability to find the hidden energy within a setting and bring its image to life.
“I Do Adore” originally showed @ Subliminal Projects in Los Angeles, and is now happy to be shown in San Francisco at Receiver Gallery with the addition of New York based photographer Andrea Longacre-White.
Do Adore" Myspace
So, we just moved and it’s been hectic like it is when you have to move everything you own and have collected over the last 7 year of living in the same place. New blog posts tomorrow. There’s a lot to talk about.