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22 Oct New York for the Color Correct

On Monday I went to the NC state fair and made a series of images. The following day I headed to New York to do the color correction for our film "All The Rage". I am happy to be living in North Carolina and I don't miss the day to day intensity of living in the city. ...

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18 Oct NC State Fair 2016

We came to North Carolina in 2013 and this is the 4th year in a row I have made it to the fair. The first year the whole family went. The last three years it has been just myself and Harper. Today we went with a couple of friends. As I did last year I shot...

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30 Sep The Brighter Shore

For a decade, basically my 20’s, almost all of my creative energy went into playing in a band called sleepyhead*. At the same time I also did a lot of photography and began to make films, but that work was all related to the band and the music scene I was a part of. We never made money...

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05 Aug Evidence

I posted two articles to the “All The Rage” facebook page yesterday. One was about a New York Times article that called into question the practice of performing certain types of back surgeries when the data that exists suggests that it is no better than a placebo. The other was a first person article by a doctor...

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03 Aug DNC Protests

A couple of weeks ago I posted more than a dozen shorts that we have made at various protests over the years. I was prompted to revisit all of those pieces after finishing a short about all of the goings on outside of a Trump rally in Greensboro, NC. I'm now thinking of putting the work together as...

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22 Jul Framing the Fight

As a photographer and filmmaker I think a lot about the import of framing; from physical, intellectual, and emotional perspectives. Often times when I see an image I want to make I will take as many as 15 or 20 shots, moving just ever so slightly until all aspects of the frame harmonize for me. Almost no one...

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