Zuid Magazine interviewed me last year regarding the Disposable Crisis Project I set up. Here’s the pdf to this first article:
As I’m working on the book which is really getting in a good shape for the printing presses they decided to come back to me and make a sequel, right before the book comes out. I’d like to share that with you 🙂 Sorry, Dutch only, don’t have the time to translate it. Life is busy enough as it is and the book needs to be finished! I’m really excited about it as it’s going to be great. I’m still looking for people willing to support this project through a small (or big 🙂 ) donation so that I can pay for the printing of the book. Please feel free to contact me. The book is planned for the end of this year. Should it get too hectic, January 2014.
Once again, thanks to all the people who have made this real!
I’m very proud to say that my “little” project has made it to the cover of the new supplement in the NRC newspaper called: Mens&. What’s next….?!
Have a great day 🙂
Film Photography Project contacted me to because they were interested in sharing the project Disposable Crisis on their website. They also talk about a second awesome photography project which I thought would be cool sharing here as well.
“Enter the Photo Palace Bus!
Anton Orlov and Ryan Kalem, both graduates from San Jose State University B.F.A. in Photography would like to spread the love of silver based photography by organizing workshops and exhibitions across the US as well as to document America and Americans using film.
What is remarkable is that they plan to tour via a converted vintage school bus. Upon completion the converted bus will hold a darkroom, a small exhibit area, a lounge and a foldable northern light portrait studio.
Conversion has already begun but in order to complete it, additional funds are required. Their goal is to raise $16,000 by the end of January 2012.
If you would like to see film based photography to kick up some dust in a town near you, assuming you are a continental US citizen, during the summer of 2012 then help them out. Spread the word. Blog about it. Or preferably, donate.”