It’s cool to be funny. Funny has power. It’s why a female comic with frizzy hair and a high-pitched voice went from little-known, to globally famous a few months ago
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 thread, I’ll include a link to each personal project with the artist statement so you can see more of the project.
Craig Oppenheimer, Wonderful Machine Concept: Cityscape images capturing the vibe of a neighborhood as well as portraits of the residents and business owners Licensing: Unlimited use of 20 images in perpetuity Photographer: Portrait and landscape specialist Agency: Design firm in California Client: Real estate and property management company Here is the estimate: Creative/Licensing: The design firm was establishing the branding for their client’s new real estate development and intended to use a variety of landscape images of the neighborhood and portraits of people within the community in their marketing materials. They anticipated a need for 10 neighborhood shots and 10 environmental portraits and had originally requested b-roll video content to be captured as well.
7 Hues Beauty Model: Katherine Schule Makeup: Becky Rothmaler Hair: Damian Monzillo Creative Director: William Mydell Photographer: Anthony Rhoades Heidi: Did you pitch them work or was this assigned? Anthony: I submitted the story as a completed project. When testing, I like to conceptualize a bit beforehand with the team, pitch the idea with a mood board to the modeling agencies and go after publication later in the game—the more eyes on a project the better.
William Green Who printed it? It was printed by a local printer to where I have desk space in East London. They’re called Calverts and are a Co-Operative too, totally employee owned and they have been going for years The whole experience with them from start to finish made me really happy, as it was my first proper bespoke printed mailer there was a lot of handholding from them.
Growing older isn’t sexy. (And it isn’t always fun.) I rolled my eyes in deep mockery when I heard the millennial term “adulting” for the first time. As a bona fide adult, (with two kids, a mortgage, student loans and car payments,) I thought it was a cheeky way to trivialize how hard it is to keep all those balls in the air at once
Saveur Group Creative Director: Sean Johnston Creative Director: Pete Sucheski Photography Director: Thomas Payne Associate Art Director: Russ Smith Photographer: Andrew Hetherington Heidi: What type of direction did you get from the magazine? Andrew: Thomas Payne, Photo Director of Saveur , sent me an email wondering if I would be interested in shooting the Peeko Oyster farm out on Long Island
Gentl And Hyers Who printed it? We had them printed in Canada by Hemlock. They print Gather Journal whom we work for, so we were familiar with the quality.
Gentle And Hyers Who printed it? We had them printed in Canada by Hemlock
“I would argue that Manifest recapitulates the dehumanizing role of division in the conquest of the Frontier, by divorcing agency from lifeworld.” –Stanley Wolukau-Wanambwa, November 2017, in the official essay for Manifest You might need to read that quote a couple of times to understand it. I’m pretty bright, (so they tell me,) and I’m still not sure what it means.