Very excited to share a small sample of our trip filming above London. Most of our time was spent filming interviews from various locations around the city. Along with workplace interviews we also captured video from a nearby rooftop overlooking an active construction site. Hard hats required!! Its interesting to see heavy duty construction equipment that typical moves very slow come to life when captured as a time lapse. There is a beauty in watching this machinery move in such fluid way, its almost like a choreographed dance routine.
We should have more timelapse to follow once we return back to the studio. Stay tuned!
Late last year we were invited to speak at the Amosokeag Millyard TEDx event in Manchester, NH. The topic was the REFLECT project, an idea we conceived to share stories and experiences through the combination of visual and written form. The idea of speaking at TEDx was new and really exciting for us (and a bit nerve-racking) because it gave us the chance to further the conversation about an idea we are so passionate about. Although this is just one project within the larger scope, we continue to explore the relationship between subject and artist. Stay tuned!
After spending the day filming and interviewing the designers, builders, and office staff at Caleb Johnson Architects + Builders we’ve finally put the finishing touches on an “about” piece for the firm. We couldn’t be more pleased with how everything came together.
Exciting news!! The GO Logic passive house in Architectural Record has finally hit the stands. We photographed this project earlier this summer has been featured in the April 2015 edition of Architectural Record. Be sure to check out the article and the slideshow that goes along with it.
We shot this very interesting little project for the New York Times and it is out and print today! It was designed by Christopher Campbell as an island retreat off the coast of Maine. It’s rather interesting in it’s approach to energy usage, check it out!
One of our recent video productions for Down East Magazine. We had shot this while on location shooting still images for the next issue due out soon…and I have to say, Seguin Island is one of the most enchanting islands I have ever been to.
Last fall we were out in Cape Elizabeth on assignment for Design New England, we were there to photograph Leslie Evans of Leslie Evans Designs. Below is a image we made just outside her studio in the tall hedges. Enjoy!