Saturday, November 22, 2008

I spent hours working and all I came up with is this?

This is a little taste of the big-big-big project I've been working on for a couple of months now with the NBHF - it's objects the Foundation has found over the years in our buildings and projects, paired with historic photographs and my photographs, many of which that will be featured have been seen here on my flickr account.

January Sixteenth of 2009, at Royal Oaks Country Club in Titusville, is the big splashy gala for this where my photographs will be seen. They are going to be projected, and I'm the one preparing the projection sequence, and that's what this video gives a sampling of - although the projection won't have the music. That's for mood (and I believe there's going to be a string quartet playing the gala evening.)

So, this is partially the reason I've been not very good at posting regularly to my blog. Because this has been what's been taking up a lot of my time recently (no not this little video). And I've had a few headaches over this due to some errors in communication and such, but what big project like this is ever without them? I've worked through them and hopefully it will all work out and look nice in the end and everybody will come out sane after the gala night.

Oh - and the gala night is invitation only. If you want an invitation to it, let me know. A tax-deductible donation of $50 will guarantee your RSVP. And it'll be nice with heavy hors d'oeuvres and such, and I'll be there too. So lemme' know. After the gala, the exhibit will move to the Library at the Titusville campus of Brevard Community College - anybody who goes to the Birding Festival there, can go and see it, but there won't be heavy hors d'oeuvres and stuff...


I am dang proud of that logo.

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

It was that time of year again...

Personal garbage has gotten in the way of a lot of things recently, but I want to update this much more regularly soon. After my trip to NY or just before, maybe that will happen. Who knows.