The first thing I do is look at current and past year images, peaking into folders to see what will catch your eye, then add these images to a folder. Often there are far more than 12 or 24 images that I’ve chosen, so I know there will be some whittling down. CLICK to READ MORE ….Read More
After talking with Candace, I immediately had this location in mind to photograph the interpretation of what she said about how her mental illness felt to her. Wide expanse of prairie, no trees, with little to no sign of civilization. The trick for me was finding the location. — More on the blog, including a video of the area with voiceover.Read More
Budgets are a bitch, aren't they?
Out of these that I've curated, I can only pick five images. A unique art crawl that I'll be participating in….Read More
I had one last visual analogy photograph to create for the mental illness project I'm working on. I've been mulling over what to create for Jenny for awhile now. I've been spending a lot of time writing up the interviews for the fifteen people I interviewed, so I've just been letting what she told me about her mental illnesses percolate.Read More
-- A short behind the scenes video of Barb Kellogg in action behind the camera!Read More
Behind the Scenes - Applying to a Juried Art Exhibit. I typically procrastinate on applying to these. Mostly because they always need an artist statement, and it often needs to be tailored to what you're submitting....Artist statements, to me, often sound like absolute bull shit. I've got one like that. But I also have versions that vary in their degree of bull shittiness. :)Read More