It has been a while since my last news posting. Do not mistake the lack of updates for a lack of activity, though!
"Oooo" and "The Genre" both ended their respective runs successfully. In May, I shot an industrial for the New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission (try saying THAT ten times fast). I also began a new writing project, which I'm very excited about. I've been in a career coaching class for artists with Betsy Capes, that has been awesome and really helped me to set some exciting goals and energize my work and focus. In addition, I started a new advanced study improv class at UCB with Brandon Gardner. I was particularly excited about this class because he promised to make it as hard as he possibly could and hand selected the people who were going to be in it from a pool of applicants.
A few cool updates as far as print work is concerned. Social Apparel, the clothing store that I did a shoot for in April, just had its grand opening on 34th Street and 8th Avenue in Manhattan, where my photos are up all over the store. I'll be posting them here to my Commercial & Print portfolio just as soon as I get the digital copies, but if you're in New York, you should swing by their store to see.
Also, my photo continues to pop up in various Apple platforms. Currently, if you visit the retail website, you'll see this:
Also, two friends who were traveling in Paris caught sight of this photo on the wall of the Carrousel de Louvre flagship store.
That's right, I've not only gone international, but I can now say I've made it to the walls of the Louvre (sort of). Watch out, Mona Lisa.
In other news, I received a callback for a Dunkin Donuts commercial at House Casting recently. I booked an industrial for Samsonite, and I also just came back in town from teaching a filmmaking camp to teenagers in my hometown. It was our second year doing the camp, and it was a really great experience once again.
For a fun bonus, if you've ever wondered what I look like in a hard hat or have legitimate questions about inspecting an underground storage tank site closure, here a few highlights from the NEIWPCC industrial:
Happy Summer! Check back for more updates soon!