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LAST 10 MINUTES

Monthly Archives: October 2011

Galid Shalit is coming home

I met Galid’s mother and father camped out in Jersusalem in July on day 1842 of their son’s captivity.  The news of his release is conflicted like everything in Israel.  1027 prisoners traded for one Israeli soldier.    We included this story in our book on Israel, “We Are Brothers” coming out in November.  Here is what Noam wrote for the book:

“Because most Israeli Jews pass through the armed forces, Israeli citizens feel close to every soldier . A single loss of life on the battlefield is mourned by the entire country, and when a soldier is missing or imprisoned by the enemy, the parents’ agony is shared by all Israelis . Gilad Shalit, an Israeli soldier stationed near Gaza, was kidnapped from his post more than five years ago . Ever since then, he has been held in captivity and without visitors, against international law, by Hamas, the Palestinian terror group that rules over Gaza . His parents maintain a vigil in Jerusalem near the prime minister’s home, and the cause of his freedom is shared by millions of Israelis and friends ofIsrael around the world.  And yet,Hamas refuses to allow visits to him or consider his release.”

The big picture is terrifying.

The homecoming will be incredible.

10.12.11 Posted in Photos, Something I Saw, Something I Took

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Patti Smith sits down and orders a steak. Medium Rare.

Stephie and I stole a night in NY.  Didn’t matter what room.  Didn’t matter which part of town.  Nothing mattered except for being together.  Catching our breath.  Catching each other’s breath.  Wound up at The James facing north.  Went up to the roof and saw more  ass than a strip club.  Thrill never registered.  Walked up Thompson after dark.   Knew if went into Ina, a favorite consignment shop we would be carrying a bag to dinner.  Stephie wondered if Patti Smith had consigned anything from her closet. Patti is one of Stephie’s favorite….make that…her GREATEST role model.  Stephie found a pea coat on steroids.    It was big and fun and even though it was 75 degrees, winter’s stirring somewhere.

We then went to a little Japanese restaurant.  Very traditional (sashimi not sushi, only AMEX).   Stephie was facing out. I was facing in.  Suddenly over the appetizers, Stephie’s eyes grew so big.  She gasped, then leaned over and whispered, “Patti Smith is sitting down right behind you with Lenny Kaye.”   I didn’t look around.   I did hear Patti order a steak.  Medium Rare.  And some yellow tail.

We took these pictures in 15 minutes before leaving the room.

here she comes
walkin’ down the street
here she comes
comin’ through my door
here she comes
crawlin’ up my stair
here she comes
waltzin’ through the hall
in a pretty red dress
and oh, she looks so good, oh, she looks so fine
and I got this crazy feeling that I’m gonna ah-ah make her mine

10.11.11 Posted in Everything Is Connected, Personal Work, Something I Heard, Something I Saw

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Showing videos on the road

I have been having lots of private screenings of our videos – especially “Inside” everywhere I go.  These shots are from Israel this summer.  Mother’s with their children getting treated at “Save A Child’s Heart” program in Tel Aviv,  soldiers on a train north from Beer Sheva, and in the back of van with my friends from the Hayovel program in the heartland.

10.07.11 Posted in Personal Work

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Cupertino – July,1991

10.06.11 Posted in Something I Took

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Discovery Creative Exhibit in DC

Dan Cavey with my Cake Boss Image last night in DC.   Was so sad not to be there – was judging the Fathom & Hatch video competition in NY where they were also showing my work.  Busy night! Love Dan and Karen!

The Dunes to host Discovery Creative’s first public photo exhibit.

Discovery Creative, the internal advertising, marketing and creative agency for Discovery Communications, and The Dunes, Washington’s fast emerging creative space, are hosting a photography exhibit of the work promoting Deadliest Catch, NY Ink, Cake Boss, Hillbilly Handfishin’ and a host of other hit TV shows. Every year Discovery Creative’s photo services group commissions some of the world’s best shooters to capture the essence of shows airing on the Discovery Channel, TLC, Animal Planet, Investigation Discovery and OWN among others, and the exhibit features some of their most dazzling efforts.

“It was tough to select the photos for the exhibit,” admits James Gilbey, VP, Group Creative Director for Discovery Creative. “Our photo people commission work around the globe on an almost daily basis. The photographers are the best in the business and the subject matter is always fascinating. Our work is featured in the prestigious Graphis Annual virtually every year and there were hundreds of worthy contenders. But the final selections stood out. They captured, in one frame, the crux of the program and hinted at a larger, richer story. You can’t ask much more from a photograph.”

The exhibit, Celebrities & Other Animals, features 22 gripping, funny, thought-provoking images shot by 16 renowned photographers, including Brent Stirton, George Lange and David Johnson. It is the first time Discovery Creative has shown its photographic wares to the general public. Select photos will be on sale with proceeds going to the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric Aids Foundation.

Celebrities & Other Animals: The Best of Discovery Creative will be on display at The Dunes from October 7th through November 12th. For more information contact Ora Nwabueze at 202-834-6576 or rsvp@dunesllc.com.

10.06.11 Posted in Photos

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