Antidote is over, and I’m happy to report it was a big success. Oddly, it was a lot like an art project, as I visualized something new, and then went about executing what I saw in my head, so it could come out into the world. Unfortunately, the two days since the event ended have been filled with sorrow, as a good friend had to deal with tragedy here on our doorstep.
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own. I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before. In this new revised thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of the project
Southwest Magazine Creative Director: Kevin de Miranda Photographer: Cade Martin Heidi: Did Derek share any reflections about his injury?
Zach Ancell Who printed it? Prints were done by PSPrint. Because each promo included seven cards, I wanted to keep the costs down
I’m a little distracted at the moment. Antidote starts tomorrow, and somehow I find myself playing roles of caterer, landscaper, teacher, entrepreneur, tour guide, and raconteur, simultaneously. Be careful what you wish for… Truth be told, I’m very excited.
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own. I am drawn to personal projects that have an interesting vision or that show something I have never seen before
ESPN Director of Photography Digital and Print: Tim Rasmussen Director of Photography ESPN the Magazine: Karen Frank Creative Director, Digital and Print: Ching Wang Art Director: Eric Paul Photographer: Lisette Poole Heidi: How much of your work is based in Cuba vs North American/Carribean? Lisette: I’m mostly based in Cuba but have worked all over Latin America and in the U.S. I have a lot of personal and assignment work in Cuba which I’d say makes up 60% of the work I do right now
Shaughn and John Who printed it?
The Art of the Personal Project is a crucial element to let potential buyers see how you think creatively on your own.
Craig Oppenheimer, Wonderful Machine Shoot Concept: Individual portraits of three women against a white background Licensing: Unlimited use (excluding OOH) of up to three images for two years Location: A studio in the Northeast Shoot Days: One Photographer: Portraiture specialist Agency: Small, based in the Northeast Client: Large pharmaceutical company Here is the estimate: Creative/Licensing: The concept was straightforward: the agency/client hoped to photograph three women of a specific demographic individually against a white background. The agency was redesigning a website for a new drug the pharmaceutical company was manufacturing, and while this would be the main use for the images, they also had plans to run a few consumer-facing print ads over the course of two years. Additionally, they were considering the possibility of creating cinemagraphs of each woman, however, the exact creative concept for this was still being developed