at 10am PST on saturday, the theme for kcrw’s 24 hour radio race was announced…. “out of range”. and then the clock kept moving… and it was time to think, concept, capture audio and conduct interviews… and edit, edit, edit… until it was finally… 10am PST sunday and time to publish the finished radio story… Read More Out of Range, Out of my Life (KCRW’s 4th Annual 24-Hour Radio Race, 2016)
all photographs taken on the big island, hawaii with a yaschica mat TLR on porta 160 120mm film. developed and scanned via mail at dwayne’s photo. kealakekua bay waipio valley
12k time lapse of LA with punch ins in post. like spying on the city. shot by scientifantastic http://www.scientifantastic.com/ picked up by the verge.
all photographs taken on a FUJI disposable camera with flash. ISO 400. developed and scanned via mail at dwayne’s photo.
8 bit cinema presents a double feature! spirited away followed by princess mononoke. see more 8 bit cinema features by david dutton here: http://duttonfilms.com/8-bit-cinema/
jeffery milstein is 71 years old and hanging out of a helicopter to frame up these aerial photos of LA neighborhoods. similarly to how his aerials of boats, cruiseships and other watercraft paint a picture of diversity with their details… these neighborhood photos highlight housing trends across the socio economic strata. in an interview with… Read More jeffrey milstein’s aerial photos of LA reveal differences across neighborhoods
cole barash’s photo’s in the book, “Talk Story” depict hawaii’s north shore in grain and grime. shot entirely on film, it centers around john john florence (aka jjf, the it boy of the moment on the world surf league). buy the book here: http://www.dashwoodbooks.com/pages/books/14173/cole-barash/talk-story read more here: http://time.com/3763990/beyond-the-waves-an-intimate-look-at-the-life-of-surfer-john-john-florence/ and here: http://www.coolhunting.com/culture/photographer-cole-barash-talk-story cole’s web site here: http://www.colebarash.com
hawai`i tourism film starring elizabeth logue, just after her role in the 1966 film, “hawaii” (based on the james michener novel). “night time’s a swinging time in honolulu” the sound of elizabeth’s voice as she narrates is lush , velvety and subdued … like a billy holiday record playing on a rainy day. but its… Read More come to hawai`i in 1966