Friday, April 13, 2012

52/52 Ashley Hirst

To say this last entry is long overdue is a massive understatement. Suffice it to say that recently my several personal projects have fallen by the wayside in favor of more time-sensitive work related ventures. Ok, enough excuses, let's wrap this project up.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

51/52 Kieran Bannerman

We have finally reached a point where I have a perfectly valid reason to use the word "penultimate." Yes, this is the second to last portrait of the series. The last two hail from a trip abroad, providing for some very interesting settings and an opportunity to connect with subjects I would have never been able to photograph otherwise.

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

50/52 Laura Woods

Once a year I take a journey to my homeland for one specific, spurious purpose: the Indiana State Fair. Tractors, bad food, smelly animals, LOTS of fat people, carnies, and ugly lamps. It's a tradition celebrating all the delightfully boring things Indiana has to offer. As per usual, we rallied the troops and made an outing of it.

Monday, December 12, 2011

49/52 Josh Davis

This weeks portrait was for a commercial shoot, and the resulting photo ran in Time Out Chicago.

Saturday, October 29, 2011

48/52 David Latimer

Normally I ask my subjects for a bit of biographical info, then I string it together into something that's usually borderline incomprehensible. My subject for this week, David Latimer, gave me a quick typed statement that does an excellent job of describing him. Anything I would ad or modify would simply get in the way.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

47/52 Alexandria Ott

Hey there Internet, long time no see. While life without a computer screen is going extremely well, I've started this project and I certainly plan on finishing it. It just, uhh... might take a while. Maybe another year, who knows.

Thursday, October 13, 2011

46/52 Holly Sabin

Well hello there friends. It's been an awful long time since we've caught up, and I have to say it's all my fault. Let's skip the usual excuses and get right down to it. This time around I caught up with Hinge Gallery's co-owner Holly Sabin on the gallery's opening day.