This was the reason I brought Nick into the studio. I shot this with the Mamiya and B&W Kodak 120 film.
Posted by Brent Goldsmith at 3:06 PM
Posted by Brent Goldsmith at 12:38 PM
3200ISO B&W 120
If you don't know Andrea Dyer, you really should. Basically, she took me under her arms when I first picked up a camera and would shoot local shows for a DIY zine publication by the name of 'Currents'. She would hook me up with all these shows and in between sets I would run out to the touring bands with her to catch a quick interview. I could probably write a short novel on the amount of work we did together while I was still in high school and here I am only 2 months away from graduating college. Since then she has been working her butt off with Invisible Children touring all over the US of A raising awareness and funds. She has just recently returned back home and I am glad I got to get out to Hamilton for 3 cups of coffee with her.
Posted by Brent Goldsmith at 2:37 PM
Nick's a good guy. He only rarely takes off his sun glasses even when he's indoors or its the middle of the night, so you can imagine how honored I felt when we shot these.
Posted by Brent Goldsmith at 1:45 PM