More than 40 years ago, my parents rode these trains around Berlin, back when it was still a divided city. I recently rode them myself, in a city no longer divided.
So this happened:
I, along with my creative teammates have been nominated for a Bessie award, (a prominent award in the NYC dance community with 3 decades of history,) for outstanding visual design related to our Spring 2014 season collaboration with Brooklyn Ballet:
I’m really excited to have even been noticed! Considering that I and my fellow Resistors are just getting traction in the NYC dance community, it’s a big inspiration to be recognized and inspires us to redouble our efforts to bring together the beauty of dance with reactive lighting design and wearable electronics.
Since November 17nd, 2011, I’ve recorded my life in photographs everyday. A sampling of those photographs are shared with you here, on WordPress. The remainder are posted each day to Flickr, at http://flickr.com/wwward0. There you’ll find the world through my eyes; eyes that look for the novelty, detail and story in life. My main tools are a small Fuji camera, and the occasional snap from a larger Canon. I shoot street, dance, and portraiture. I live for critique and appreciation alike. Please share.