Indie

Come pick me up

by Ryan Adams.

Sorry it's been a while since I've posted any updates.  Since I was hired at Outerloop Management, it's been hard to find time to get caught up on photos.  Anyways, I will try to sooner rather than later.  Anyways, one of my good friends from college, Matt, is headed down to Nashville to pursue a career in music and asked if I could do some portraits before he left.  Here are a few frames from that shoot.

Take another picture with your click, click, click, click camera

("Click, Click, Click, Click" by Bishop Allen)

This has got to be the coolest short film I've ever seen and it just so happens to include the three loves of my life: photography, music, and Rome.  Check this out, it's called "Notte Sento" by Urban Team and it was shot with 4,500+ still frames on a Canon 30D. Insane.

 

Notte Sento from napdan on Vimeo.

There is a light that never goes out

(by The Smiths)

I went to see 500 Days of Summer this weekend. I enjoy indie-like films. I enjoyed this one, probably because the idea of someone going to architecture school and ending up working at a greeting card company is probably what will become of my life. Lookout Hallmark. Anyways, I also saw the trailor below. I really want to see this movie called ADAM. (It gives me hope that someone will love my awkwardness one day--ha!)