Little Secrets: Pano Pt.1

I borrowed a Hasselblad X-Pan during my Nat Geo internship and shot some color and black and white in my free time both in DC and Bolivia. It's always refreshing for me to use a new format, to see different and work on composing within a strange frame. These images were shot with Neopan 1600 and Ilford 3200 black and white film.



On June 11&12, LOOK3 hosted an experimental two night event to present the work of 90 innovative photographers on a farm 30 minutes west of Charlottesville. This initiative, which we are calling LOOKbetween, showcased early-career talent and engage the presenting artists with media professionals on practices and trends influencing the direction of photography today. The brave souls heading off the initiative want to turn the traditional mentorship model on its head and let the next generation of photographers, editors, publishers, curators, and media professionals share their vision for the future.

We all had a beautiful weekend. From talking with friends afterward, we all can't express enough how grateful we are for being a part of this and for being given the opportunity in our hectic lives to come together and reconnect. In short, it was a gigantic family reunion. I think we all walked a way with that needed inspiration. Special thanks to Jenna, Miki and Andrew for doing this for us. http://look3.org/events/eventslookbetween/