I love Jackson Pollock. His paintings influenced my art when I was a teenager, and they continue to intrigue me.
Tonight, while it was snowing, I set up my camera for some long exposures (70-75 seconds). I used a green laser to “paint” the trees a’ la Jackson Pollock. (My dogs were freaking out in the house: “Hey! That laser is OUR toy!”).
Today, I painted the walls of the new studio and applied the door sticker. I love the way the 1940s architecture suits my logo. One more coat of paint should do, and then it’ll be time to move in the equipment, including a few new things–softboxes and floor cloths. The studio will be where I meet clients, as well as a place for a great many indoor staged portraits. Obviously, though, in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, and in Plymouth in general, there will be a lot of portrait work and photography in general happening outside. This studio is going to be a perfect base of operation for everything that I will be doing.
The studio is at 66 Main Street in the charming downtown of Plymouth, NH. My sign will be facing the town common.