Pretty cool idea. Ask photographers from all over the world to enter their 10 best shots. Period. No categories. Not subcategories. Don’t charge a penny. Then have an eclectic panel of judges pick the 10 best. I’m grateful to be included. Period.
This past weekend, a project months in the making finally came to fruition. With the help (such not a strong enough word) of Ami Goodheart of SOTU Productions and her team of ridiculously-talented designers, we shot office workers, in an office, wearing clothes made entirely of office supplies. Computer cables, post-it notes, staples, xeroxes, erasers, envelopes, bubble wrap, papers clips and just about every other supply you’d find in the supply room were used to create modern couture. It was a long day (19 hours). The talent was super cool with amazing stamina (19 hours). Three meals were consumed (19 hours). Special thanks to Daniella Shachter for makeup/hair, Kirsten Thoen for assisting and Jen Freeman for use of the location and her help with assembling the wardrobe. Final selects will be on my website shortly, as well as a behind-the-scenes video.