These videos celebrating Richmond were created for Style Weekly, a publication which provides smart and thorough coverage of Richmond’s political and cultural news. In addition, Belle Isle won second place in the Richmond Environmental Film Festival.
Amid blaring music, joyful dancing, roosters crowing, and trucks beeping there are a few brief moments of stillness in the Dominican Republic.
Sometimes all you need is one streetlight and falling snow. This is a personal project, part of a series called “Videodes” (video + ode = a visual expression of an exalted emotion).
You take a trip. The trip takes you. Brazil, 2013. This is a personal project, part of a series called “Videodes” (video + ode = a visual expression of an exalted emotion). Music: “A Vida” by Maya Solovey (see lyrics below). Translation of lyrics (from Portuguese): I go and dance when I feel something inside
Honeybees pollinate $15 billion dollars worth in crops and effect one-third of all the food we consume in the U.S. During the winter of 2006, beekeepers from all over the country began to report unusually high deaths in their hives, some losing as many as 90 percent of their bees. The causes of the phenomenon,
Inside the mountain-ringed Tularosa Basin, White Sands National Monument in southern New Mexico is an otherworldly place with 275 square miles of gypsum sand dunes. My husband and I visited in mid-December, and we were the only visitors who camped overnight among the dunes. In the mornings, we woke to frosted, glistening dunes. We spent our
In 2011-2012, my husband and I spent nine months traveling and photographing the American landscape, primarily the Southwest, camping in national parks and learning to live lightly. Locations: Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, AZ; Zion National Park, UT; Santa Fe National Forest, NM; Highway 395, CA; Sequoia National Park, CA
Each night by the light of the campfire we read The Road by Cormac McCarthy, taking turning reading aloud until our throats were sore and all the firewood had burned. Each morning we woke to a pile of cool ash. We packed our things and traveled again on the road and found that the world
I spent the summer of 2012 working at the Maine Media Workshops as a teaching assistant with their teen photo program. I took a number of classes on field trips to Old Orchard Beach to photograph the historic seaside carnival and beach activities. For over a year I forgot about this footage. Then one late-winter
Some days are like this. Location: ferry from Rockland to Vinalhaven, Maine This is a personal project, part of a series called “Videodes” (video + ode = a visual expression of an exalted emotion).