Kodak is presenting a program on their Time Square Jumbotron - The New Faces of Photography: 2008 Photo District News Photographers. The program will be run through November 10th.
I went over to Time Square late this afternoon and it was quite surreal for me to look at my work showing in the middle of the Time Square. The program started with the title and the alphabetical list of the name of the 2008 PDN 30 photographers. The motion graphic of the presentation was very clean and impressive, it displays 4 photographs per each photographer which you can see from the video below. If you walk by Time Square in the next 2 and a half weeks, please check it out! I have made a video on my camera showing below, you can also see the situation shots here.
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Sunday, October 12, 2008
Sunday, October 05, 2008
The workshop on Saturday was very interactive. The MFA photo students and advanced undergraduate photo students presented their projects; I decide to have the workshop emphasizes on the conceptual development of the project rather than the critique on the individual images. I loved many work presented in the workshop, some are very inspirational. We also had discussion on some other subjects such as portfolio and gallery. I received great responses from the students after the workshop; it is heartwarming for me to know that the students appreciated the class. I have in fact learned so much from them as well.
Memphis is a very characteristic city. I spent some leisure time in the hip Midtown area and a very happening downtown. I visited Memphis briefly many years ago and it seems like the downtown area has change a lot, except the same old soulful Beale Street. Did I mention the delicious southern food? I left NYC without much sleep because of the jet lag, the trip started with a delayed flight, but the rest of the trip turned out to be a blast. I just want to thank everyone in the lecture and workshop to give me a wonderful time in Memphis, especially Raleigh, Pixy and Chase, thank you guys for bringing me around. It was a wonderful experience!