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09 Apr Looking for Light

In the spring I like to head to meadow around 8am and capture the light hitting the baby leaves at a sharp angle. I shoot them in color and process them as black and white through a red filter which makes the leaves kind of explode off the darkened sky. It really only works in the spring when the...

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27 Mar Noceboed

On some level, at its heart, our new film "All the Rage" is largely about ideas related to belief. Modern science uses the word placebo to describe the effect of one's belief on the efficacy of a treatment. When drugs, or procedures, are tested they are only deemed effective if they work better than a sham drug or procedure. The...

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25 Mar Point of View

I recently had occasion to spend too much time at Heathrow airport in London (the pound and the euro are not equal!). While there I noticed a lot of signs touting the wonderful benefits of a third runway. One massive poster boasted of an astounding 120,000 extra jobs (I remembered 120,000 and thought I must be crazy,...

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25 Mar Greek Independence Day

In honor of Greek Independence Day I want to post a bunch of pictures that I shot in Thessaloniki last week. I had such a tremendous experience at the festival, and I probably spent more time making images than I did meeting people and seeing films. Still, I managed to meet a ton of really interesting people, and...

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17 Mar A Fever Dream

Sometimes endless travel can start to feel like a fever dream. I left my home in North Carolina amid frantic preparations for my daughter's 13th birthday part and two days later I finally arrived at my destination. By the time I got to sleep I had lost track of how exhausted I was. A friend took me...

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