The five issue series from Image Comics was written by Nick Spencer with art by Christian Ward. Throughout the series I contributed photos and some page layouts.
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The Infinite Vacation #3 was released today in print and digital formats.
The five issue series from Image Comics is written by Nick Spencer with art by Christian Ward.
I was responsible for three pages of artwork (pages 7–9) in this issue. It’s a little different than my past contributions but you’ll have to check it out to see what I mean.
Once again, I have contributed four pages of photography. This time my photos feature Chicago actors, Ashley Bush and Lee Russell.
I’m working on a six part web series for the Art Academy of Cincinnati called The Art Test. Over six episodes four students will share what it’s like to study and create at a college of art and design. These students will focus on how their art is making a difference in the world.
Episode 4 focuses on Jon Wells, a Senior at the Art Academy who is majoring in Photography.
You can also view this video on Vimeo: The Art Test: Episode 4
The Art Academy of Cincinnati does an annual Minumental exhibition where all the artwork has to be 2 inches or smaller in all directions. I’ve been participating since I was a student and they also feature work by faculty, staff and alumni so I’ve been making little artwork around this time every year for quite a while now.
This year I have ten photographs in the exhibition which opens on February 19. All of the photos except for one are from 2009.
Every year the show features hundreds of pieces of art and most of them are very affordable so it’s a great time to see what different people are doing and support the artists.
Has there ever been a boring year? 2009 was pretty interesting. I went to the Cannes Film Festival, recorded an album with Koala Fires, worked on a some new short films (Score That Date, A Wake, Drive Me to the Center, Questionable Taste) and spent time in Dallas, New Orleans, Austin, Miami, Chicago, Paris, San Diego and L.A.
I started using this blog about halfway through the year, mostly using it to document creative projects that I’m somehow involved in. Most of the time it’s not about my life outside of making things but I thought it’d share a few personal highlights from 2009.