eginning as an assignment for my second year at graduate school at Eastern Michigan University, my professor Jason DeMarte had me read On Photography, which turned out to be one of the most reflective books I’ve ever read on the subject. This book is more than just another artists opinion, it’s rings deep and true on
This article can also been seen at Detroit Live Magazine. Doors opened at 6pm at the Fillmore last Friday night. Crowds were lined up well past the city block when I arrived and came pouring in past the red carpet and into the lobby. On all levels booths, tv crews, and news stations were set up
For more information on Brad Craw, follow him on Facebook Jordan Ewert How many years have you been an art instructor at University level? Brad Craw This is my 10th year Jordan Ewert I’m interested in hearing about how you started sculpture, how did you get into it and what inspired you? Brad Craw Initially, when I got into
David LaChapelle was born in Connecticut in 1963 and grew up taking pictures with his mother at a young age. He was only 15 when he left home and took off to New York. During this time -in the 1970’s- he began working in Studio 54. He was fascinated with many of the trendy artists
How in the future we will adapt to this “social network” and instant gratification.!? In an insane ad-based society with more influences than physiologically able to comprehend, we ride on this journey of technology that is doubling in memory and functionality exponentially. It’s not a question of whether we can handle this. We can. If
About this website
The categories on this website are, for the most part, unfinished. I’ve mapped out categories that will continue to expand and grow as more pictures are taken over time. All images on this site contain copyright information with the year presented on each image so I can reflect on my progress over time. I’ve tried my best to filter images into the correct categories and this too is something that will continue to evolve.