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just got back from a little trip up the coast, and spent the summer solstice in complete quiet bliss. this photo was actually hanging on our fridge door. i forget what year this is from...but it's one of my favorites. hence, it's qualification for being refrigerator-door-worthy. hopefully i can make some time this summer to do some post-editing and upload more big sur pics - and archives of endless photos - to my portfolio. digital, film, lomo fish-eye...oh, and a million little pictures project. it's a grueling task, editing and organizing, but i love to reminisce (isn't that what it's all about?) also, a note to family and friends: please remind me if i need to send you a private link to any past events, because - like brendon said - i am as slow as molasses. stay tuned...xo
Curious minds want to know...are you participating in Arthouse Co-op's Sketchbook Project for 2012? If so, what theme did you pick (and we should definitely connect, I would love to see your work!)
Want to participate? Well then, chop-chop, what are you waiting for?
Sign up by October 31st, 2011
Postmark your book by January 31st, 2011
International Tour starts April 2012
Get all the juicy details here: The Sketchbook Project World Tour 2012
HERE ARE THIS YEAR'S THEMES:
(It was a tough choice, but I think I'm digging 'monochromatic'...)
new year's resolution tip #5: how to hang out with celebrities without totally looking like a stalker...
Just kidding (about the stalking part) and I'm not sure what happened to tips #1 through 4...I must have lost my notes somewhere. No but seriously, you can rub elbows with the big wigs, as well as up and coming aspiring film makers, at the 26th annual Santa Barbara International Film Festival. You might have an opportunity to see some celebs on the Red Carpet, at the ever engaging and revealing Industry Panel events and at special screenings or tributes.
My Mom and I volunteered in 2010, and it was very exciting supporting artists in the culture we like to call 'the cinema'. The intimate setting of Santa Barbara combined with its quaint historical theaters made it even more memorable. We are volunteering again in 2011 and hope you can make it......TOTALLY worth it, rain or shine!
:)Oh, and just a friendly reminder: please say no to pirated movies, because (on a more personal level) the end result trickles down and affects artists that work tremendously long hours behind the scenes like my brother, Kalae Gam, an incredibly gifted and hard-working Artistic Director (I've got your back, little bro!)