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Filmonaut XXI - Ricohflex on Ilford Delta 400

It seems as though I'm always singing the same tune when it comes to my shooting film. I'm finally almost caught up with last summer! Once I've got all my processed rolls posted up to this point I'll share some fun work going on with a nifty Zenza Bronica ETRS I traded a while back. Also, stay posted for some gorgeous Portra I scanned in with Caleb not too long ago. [...]

David the Fox - Digital Sketch

I've been following a number of illustrators for a few years like Justin Gerard, Cory Godbey, and Christopher Denise. I've always been really interested in their approaches to physical and digital media and illustration processes. Last week, Joie and I got a special deal on matching Wacom Intous tablets! I've always wanted one of these. I'm excited to cut out the b[...]

Hello Dolly - Promo Shoot

TACHE's play for this year was "Hello Dolly!"   Working with Rebecca and her goofy cast again this year was very fun. It also happened to be my sister's senior year, cast as Dolly, and my good friend Nathan-Andrew as well, cast as Cornelius. Hello Dolly has been a family favorite since I was a kid, its so fun to see how they interpreted the characters and sce[...]

Filmonaut XX: Shooting with Jer Nelsen on Fuji GW690 III

I met Jer at IWU while taking photo classes with Rob Curfman. Curfman had Jer come in and show some of his conceptual work to the class. Now two winters ago, Jer and I reconnected through Jeremy Cowart's App OKDOTHIS. Jer is a film photo giant who's currently working on his MFA program. I absolutely loved gleaning film stock insights from his experience. For instance,[...]

Fonts: How to Use & Abuse ~ A Guest Post by Joshua

Introduction: Several weeks ago when I was at the bank, I noticed a little sign in the drive-through that read simply, “Please limit to three transactions.” It was in Comic Sans. What some people (like sign makers for banks) fail to realize, is that typefaces are a form of art, and like hanging the Mona Lisa on a bathroom wall, or playing a kazoo in Carnegie Hall, an[...]

Foust Family - Portraits

This wasn't the first time I met Amanda, but it was the first time I had the pleasure of meeting the rest of the Foust family. We met up to get a selection of head shots for Amanda, but the whole family was there together that evening and we made adjustments to have some fun playing on the Monon and getting some shots with the rest of the family as well.   [...]

Emily Hathway - Portraits

Emily is a life coach who focuses on imagination and hope in her clients. She focuses on building intentional communities around her. I've been working for a little while with Emily and her personal brand and its been just as much an exercise for me as I think it must be for her! Joseph Albers likes to say that color is the most relative medium in art. I think I feel [...]

Lark's Song - Head Shots

Sometimes, just grabbing one or two head shots here and there doesn't really seem to warrant there own post. Of course, you guys aren't going to see much of that kind of stuff here. But in this case, I've done enough head shots for this group over a period of time and a consistent look over that period that I'm excited to show them all together in context. &nbs[...]

iPhoneography V

The majority of these were taken while away from home. I've noticed a significant relationship between the quantity of mobile work I produce and the frequency of travel at any given time of life. When I was traveling for work I was really cranking it out, but since I have been more of a home body lately and had a steady commute, there has been a marked difference, dar[...]

Syndicate Sales - Video Shoot

My first opportunity to work with Syndicate Sales at the Piccadilly in Indy was to promote their upcoming 2015 catalog. I was able to work with a friend of mine and got to meet the whole team of artists, designers, florists, and photographers. It was really something to work with these professionals who are so passionate about their work. The catalog is out now, so fe[...]