The Empty Apple: A New York City Time-lapse
Photography Unfiltered Update
Press Comments Off Sat 08.04.2007
Rangefinder Magazine, recently published an article featuring my shooting style. It is a great article, that even moved me to tears – there is some personal stuff about my how my mother has shaped my career as a photographer. The writer, Michelle Perkins did an incredible job…
Adding Empathy to the EquationMany people have asserted that a portrait says as much about the photographer as it does about the subject. Looking at Catherine Hall’s evocative images, it’s easy to see what they mean. Despite the diversity of her subjects, from upscale New York City brides to underprivileged Appalachian children, Catherine’s images reflect a consistency of vision that arises from her empathetic approach to photography as a whole and to her subjects as individuals.
To read the rest of feature: Download chs_feature.pdf
Last weekend I went back to Cal Poly (where I went to college) and had so much fun with one of my couples. We met downtown and walked around old San Luis Obispo and then went off to Shell Beach for some lifestyle portraits. I haven’t had a chance to retouch, but click here to view a slide show of the digital negatives.
ART FOR AIDS ORPHANS is an annual art auction to benefit children orphaned and affected by HIV and AIDS. Supported by international artists who donate their work, local businesses who offer their services, an amazing urban exhibit space and a lot of goodwill, ART FOR AIDS ORPHANS aims to raise funds and awareness through our annual auctions. Our goal is to expand our fundraising each year, as we help people working with AIDS orphans throughout the developing world.
Please see Art For Aids Orphans website for more details.