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Monthly Archives: November 2011

We Are Brothers – The Israel Posts begin

This past summer I took two trips to Israel on assignment for Glenn Beck.  Glenn was doing several events in support of Israel and asked me to do a book.   I was also on assignment for myself.   I was wanting….needing…. to let myself loose in a land that I loved. To press my face (and camera) up against my fears, my dreams, and create a story I had only imagined.

I discussed with Glenn wanting to show his audience the soul of the country beyond what most people only know from the conflict and politics.  Israel is also a land of family.  A land of invention, a land of great riches, a land of deep history.  A land of God.  A land of love.

Glenn left me alone to have my own adventure – and in the process document his experience, too. I know alot of my friends have watched as my relationship with Glenn has evolved with disbelief.  All I can say, is there is no one who has ever opened doors for me to do my work as Glenn has.   Glenn has challenged me,  supported me, inspired me, and then totally left me alone to sink or swim.  He has never dictated a point of view, asked me to step in any line, or follow a script.   He has only demanded that I be true to myself.

The book is called, “We Are Brothers” and is being published by Mercury Ink this next week.  It is available here. It is the first book of my work I have ever done.  I am incredibly proud of this work.

In the next several weeks I am going to post alot of the images from the 3 weeks I spent in Israel.   Some of the images are in the book.  Many are outtakes I love that didn’t make the cut.

The book was written by Noam Neusner, whose prose dances with the images so beautifully.  He adds depth and history.  Noam has taught me so much about what I was seeing, and became a good friend in the process.  The book was edited – and championed – by Kevin Balfe, who offered incredible support and guidance.

I would love to hear feedback either on Facebook (friend me at George Lange – or follow the LangeStudio fan page) – or email (studio@langestudio.com)

11.30.11 Posted in Photos, Something I Heard, Something I Saw, Something I Took

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“A Virgin to do a Hooker’s Job” -Herman Cain at the Wall

Lori Klein, an Arizona state Senator, told CBS News that she has known Herman Cain for 12 years and he’s “never been anything but a gentleman — and I am not an unattractive woman.” She added that in politics, “we want a virgin to do a hooker’s job.”

I shot this in Jerusalem at the Western Wall in August.

11.29.11 Posted in Photos, Something I Took

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Love and Hate

A police officer uses pepper spray on an Occupy Portland protestor at Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland on Thursday. Demonstrators blocked an intersection and caused some banks to temporarily close during the rally.

When I was in tenth grade there was  an anti-war rally at the University of Pittsburgh.  I skipped school that day and went to the protest.   I listened to really smart people talking about alot of things that sounded reasonable to me.  I felt important there.  I felt involved.  When I went back to school the next day, my social studies made me stand up in front of the class.  He asked where I had been yesterday.  I told him.   He was trying to humiliate me.  I told him I had learned more at the rally in one day than my entire time in high school so far.  I sat down.

11.19.11 Posted in Photos, Something I Heard, Something I Saw

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People Pay

from Kim Gordon, the bassist for the band Sonic Youth. “People pay,” Ms. Gordon wrote in 1983 about the best rock musicians, “to see others believe in themselves.”

11.16.11 Posted in Photos, Something I Saw

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When a song is played for the very first time

Stumbled on an old Neil Young video tonight.  “Here’s a new song”  Fumble with harmonicas.  Play.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eh44QPT1mPE&feature=list_related&playnext=1&list=AVGxdCwVVULXfKZ1iHpq3V2pm36ln39NCl

Pretended today was Sunday.  Worked the past 5 days straight through the perfect fall weekend.  Laid down in the afternoon for a nap with Jackson.  He kissed my cheek and I fell into the deepest sleep.  Woke up and took this picture with his brother.

11.09.11 Posted in Photos, Something I Heard

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