2010 Seattle Erotic Art Festival

I have posted my photos from Friday night at this year’s Seattle Erotic Art Festival. After just a few years, SEAF has rapidly become one of Seattle’s premiere cultural events, as well as one of its best parties. If you missed it this year, don’t let it happen again!

A few highlights are here, and the rest have been posted as an album on my Facebook page. BTW, Facebook has finally changed their ridiculous “fan” nomenclature, so if you want to get updates on what I post there, you no longer have to become my fan — you can just “like” me.

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I have been meaning to do a shoot at the closed and graffiti covered shell of the old Tubs in Seattle for a year. I finally got a chance to do it last weekend with metalsmith and model Mellington Cartwright (her metalwork is available at www.mellingtoncartwright.com).

Here are a few highlights, the full set is available on my Facebook fan page. Click for larger images…





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Photographer’s Release Forms on the Go

Screen shot 2010-03-26 at 1.10.54 PMmRelease, my newest iPhone app, is now available on the iTunes app store. Designed for filmmakers and photographers, mRelease makes getting releases easier than you ever thought it could be. Appearance Release (a.k.a. Model Release or Talent Release), Property Release, Location Release, and Crew Release are all included.

Once you have entered basic information about your shoot, for each release you just add some quick details about your subject, an image from the built-in camera or photo library, and get a touch-screen signature – it is that easy! The app creates, stores, and emails you a pdf file of the signed release, including the embedded photo of your subject.

If you are a professional filmmaker or photographer, student, hobbyist, or anybody else who needs a release, mRelease is designed to make your life easier so you can focus on creating the content you love.

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Water Sines

I have posted a set of photos from last night’s performance of Water Sines – Sidney Genette’s amazing multi-media performance at Seattle’s Saint Mark’s Cathedral. The complete gallery is on my Facebook fan page, but you can see a few highlights here.

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La Figa: Behind the Scenes

Work on the La Figa: Visions of Food and Form project is continuing – we should have some news to report on publication of the book some time this spring. Meanwhile, Tiberio and I continue to shoot. We recently did two different shoots with two different pairs of women and two different small round fruits (grapes and cherry tomatoes). We are saving the final images for the book, but here are some fun behind the scenes shots of the process (it is a tough job, but somebody’s got to do it)…

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