[HD link] Happy Christmas! So as I was cleaning out my working hard drive, I noticed some footage I shot for a vlog post right after Thanksgiving, but never put up. I don’t have Final Cut here, so I just cut and pasted it together in Quicktime; here ya go. This one’s not bad. It’s about sound mixing. Courtney, that thing I was talking about, applying a compressor to boost your...
NPR: Vigilantism On The Rise In Guatemala →
Some of you following my blog probably have noticed a lack of fresh new pictures all the time. “What has Joey been doing?” you may have wondered. Well, my current job is working as an assistant to Donna DeCesare, one of my professors and a photojournalist who I respect deeply. My duties are various, but one of the things I did last week was prepare some of her images of gangs in...
austin street / a trite sunset / farewell
Street scene, Guadalupe at 24th, Austin TX, March 2006. I present this old picture as a closing thought, having now moved out of Austin. I shot this photo for The Daily Texan as seven-minute wild art, almost three years ago; in an odd way it represents everything about Austin as I remember it: the fading sunset light, the West Campus neighborhood I’ve always called home, and the rush back...
[click for HD] Finally! It’s the much ballyhooed Daily Texan project. This is my first documentary project of this length (11 minutes) and I think it’s not bad. Some people have even used the word “good.” Anyway, check it out! You’re already here; you might as well.
Post from Fred Ritchin's blog “After Photography” →
This is a good post, on a good blog that you really ought to be following. The gist: The continued viability of the photographer as witness is at least as fundamental a question as one addressing the economic viability of the media. Definitely worth a read.