I’m Still here – more behind the scenes

 

Backing up my phone I found a few more “behind the scenes” from while I was shooting, to printing and before putting the installation up, also one of the things I did was to create a soundtrack for the exhibition date, which I would like to share.

Maybe it will motivate you to grab a camera and get out there in the world with your friends documenting something that’s dear and near to your heart.

 

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This one is the memorial of Mary Lou Sullivan, which is my favourite photo in the whole series, shot with an iPhone

 

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This sign is on the left hand side of the Salvation Mountain, if you carry on driving via that road you will end up in Slab City.

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Detail of one of the abandoned houses in Bombay Beach

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This is me, hi!

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Panoramic shot of the Salvation Montain

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My autograph on a note of Brazilian Real at the Ski Inn, which is a gem lost in Bombay Beach.

The whole place is covered in dollar bills people leave with their signatures.

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Some test – prints, both originals 30×40 inches and sold on the opening night.

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The full image, also 30x40inches.

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Window sign at Bonds, where the exhibition took place

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Some of the smaller prints, all A4 size framed in an unsanded oak tailor-made frames.

The 2 bottom ones were also sold during the 1st weekend, the top ones are still up for grabs.

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Mini-polaroid I took when received the smaller prints.

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and me holding the mini-polaroid…

I believe that’s all.

As promised here’s the exhibition soundtrack, hope you’ll enjoy it x

 

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