I love web video where we can ask about “the rules” and change them so they make sense. It’s one of the reasons I shoot my interviews with the subject looking directly into the lens so they can better connect … Read More
I’ve long been a fan of Ira Glass. I also hate to admit that I feel like I suck more times than not. Good to know I’m not alone…
and I need to be producing more work.
” Now everybody is a photographer, everybody is a film maker, everybody is a writer.”
So what will set YOU apart?
take a minute, yes, just a minute and check this trailer from the new film Press Pause Play.> ——–
Brilliant!! (animated) storytelling about web, censorship and democracy by web scholar
Evgeny Morozov tries to put all the pieces together, visually.
Or what else you can do instead of showing a boring talking head.
and here a video … Read More
The folks at the American Society of Picture Professionals asked me to come speak on Tuesday March 10, 2009 @6.30pm. I thought I’d be fun to follow the genesis of my first MediaStorm MultiMedia Piece: Bearing Witness. Details. Hope you … Read More
Sunday’s New York Times hit my doorstep with a major package on China’s pollution crisis, headlined with a huge photo stretching across 4/5 of the top front page.
What caught my eye was a prominent notice under that Chang Lee … Read More
I love talking with interesting people. Last week I had breakfast with George Jardine, a very cool guy from Adobe who helped design Lightroom. We met at one of my favorite restaurants in NYC and talked about a few things … Read More
Last month in Rome, I visited Paolo Pellegrin’s Broken Landscapes, an excellent exhibition at Museo di Roma in Trastevere.
It’s a retrospective of sorts, work from 1995-today by a still young photographer who seems to have won every major journalism … Read More