Palace (of Gold)

Again I was at West Virginia’s New Vrindavan last weekend. It was beautiful and the weekend was refreshing. I wish I had more photos to show for it but lately I haven’t had much of a drive to capture photos and publish them.

Next week, however, I’ll be off to Europe and I can’t even imagine the sights and wonders there. Denmark, Sweden, France, England, Poland, Germany, Slovenia, Austria. The list goes on. I’m hoping for some kind of spark. Something that will keep me going for a long long ¬†while :)

And it continues to be my reoccuring theme of inspiration..

The Palace stands tall and majestic…and continues to be my reoccurring theme of inspiration.

For Your Entertainment

I made one more slow motion video featuring my brother and his basketball. It’s great to be able to get out of the artsy fartsy element and make some funny videos again. I hope you enjoy this video and i’m sure you will -it has bhangra music and slow motion basketball. Now that’s about as entertaining as you can get.

Short Film 1: Beyond Stones and Water

“Look beyond the waters and see yourself as you are”

Ok, I’ll be the first to admit that this short little video is acting a little too esoteric for its own good. Truthfully, it’s a lot of experimentation and playing with video technique. I filmed mostly in slow motion and worked with a lot of clips I had to create this montage.

The theme deals with perception and self identity…like a lot of my work tends to do it. It’s open ended and open for interpretation. But besides all that it’s just the first of hopefully more little films to come. I hope you enjoy and thank you for checking it out (:

Day 130: A Good Look at Yourself

Finally, some real portraiture. And by real portraiture I mean my usual unusual photos. Today I bring you reflections of mirrors and waters. But really, this is actually part of a more serious project….movie making!

These are a few stills from a little footage I took. Keep on the lookout, i’m about to launch the beginning of a very interesting filming career that will hopefully last longer than my summer vacation ;).