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Pitchfork Online Publication!
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RollingStone Online Publication!
Oh ya know... just a measly dream come true.. no big deal
My photo of Lewis Black
Taken For: HeadCount's "Register to Vote"
Published By: Rolling Stone
Tweeted By: Lewis Black, HeadCount & Rolling Stone
September 26th, 2012
Jimmy Fallon Show
Unfortunately at this time, this is the only photo I am allowed to show! Photos from this shoot are being circulated to a few different magazines...hopefully one bites! Fingers Crossed!
What: Register to Vote Photoshoot
Will posed for a few test shots, thanks Will!
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*Also makes for a great holiday card
I love my job
HeadCount is a non-profit organization that is extremely proactive and influential on todays youth. Their mission is voter registration and they encourage the participation in democracy through the power of music. If you love music or are a festi-goer, you will usually see a HeadCount tent pitched wherever, whenever live music is taking place. I know I, myself, have seen them at Bonnaroo as well as Camp Bisco within this past summer alone!
I think what HeadCount stands for is pretty kickass, so when Andy Bernstein, Executive Director of HeadCount, contacted me about their Register-to-Vote campaign, I was delighted to contribute my photographic services!
The fact that I would be shooting Lewis Black, was definitely an added bonus!
Here are some shots from the shoot:
Photographer? Artist? Creator.
Although there is such beauty within the simplicity of a black and white photograph...I find myself most excited about the construction aspect of it all... manipulating a photo into an artwork. Even if I am tweaking a piece slightly, for example:
Something about being given the time to play around with an image... turning it into something much grander, taking it to a place it was never initially supposed to go, is very exciting to me.