I started this series of posts with a written introduction to From Our Windows. However, I thought I would put together a "home-style" video with yours truly explaining the genesis of the project as well as a quick look-through of André Kertész's 1981 book, From My Window. The video is embedded in this post for... Continue Reading →
From Our Windows, Part 3
A few more SX-70 photographs. Please be sure to click "Continue reading..." below to see all the images.
From Our Windows, Part 2
The last time I picked up a Polaroid camera was about 1979. It was a Polaroid OneStep loaded with SX-70 film, both original Polaroid Corporation products. So much has changed since then. Polaroid filed for bankruptcy in 2001, changed ownership twice and finally shut down its film processing plants in 2008. The Impossible Project salvaged... Continue Reading →
From Our Windows: an introduction
“From Our Windows”, my current photography project, looks at the world as experienced from the windows of my home. It’s about the nature of enforced containment we all must deal with during the global pandemic, the longing for what lies beyond walls and windows, the stuff of life inside these walls and windows, the light... Continue Reading →