Really excited to be included in this list with some great photographers! See the work in a one night only projection show Friday at 9pm at the AVT Headquarters: 126 E Queen St. Hillsborough NC.
A recent panorama from my ongoing series exploring the agro-industrial history of the South.
A few more black and white studio shots of produce from the State Farmers Market. Pictured this time are two German Johnson tomatoes from Walker Farms and one Hernandez sweet potato from Beth Moore's Produce. Shot with Nikon D800e and Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 100mm f/2 ZF.2 on an old cookie sheet.
A few black and white studio shots from my ongoing series of still lifes from the Farmers Market. Seen here are Cherokee Purple and German Johnson heirloom tomatoes grown by Walker Farms. Shot with Nikon D800e and Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 100mm f/2 ZF.2 on an old cookie sheet.
Sean Lilly Wilson is Fullsteam Brewery’s owner and Chief Executive Optimist. Prior to launching Fullsteam in 2010, he founded and led both Pop The Cap and Permit Beer, two beer lobbying organizations that have opened up economic markets to North Carolina’s craft beer industry. He holds both an MBA and Master of Public Policy from Duke University. In both 2012 and 2013, Sean was a James Beard Foundation semi-finalist in the category of Outstanding Wine, Beer, or Spirits Professional.
In 2005 American artist James Turrell created one of his Skyspaces for the sculpture garden at the de Young Museum in San Fransisco.
Read more at the de Young's site-specific commissions here. Photos taken with Sigma DP1 Merrill.
Back in September I participated in an event at CAM Raleigh called Exposure Time, which was a fundraiser for the museum as well a celebration of photography in the area. This is a portrait I took of my friend and fellow Film 9 member, Ian F.G. Dunn. For Exposure Time, Ian (aided by Nick Pironio) was creating wet plate collodion portraits of his lucky subjects. I photographed Ian in his wet plate work shirt during one of his brief pauses from shooting.
See more of his work here -- Ian F.G. Dunn