Recently, I helped out @efescenmeyer with photographing his latest and greatest lamp creations. I have to say, they are simply amazing. He has a keen eye for style and materials. He will be issuing a press-release soon and launching the new product in the coming weeks. So, keep an eye out.
As I was taking photos, I decided to take a few of own of the surroundings. We wound up underneath the Marquette Interchange. Such a splendid location to shoot. Underneath the interchange has so much perspective, color and style. So, here are a few shots.
You may have been wondering who this “ebreakdown” guy is and what this is all about. Well, here is my introduction.
This video is an attempt to define, a bit more clearly, who I am, what I do, where I come from, and what this blog and twitter account is about.
If you have any questions or comments, I would love to hear from you. I just may respond to them in the next video post.
Also, a personal favor: this is my first vlog, diary, journal, or whatever via video; please don’t be too critical. Believe me, I’ll get better.
PS> It is a terrible thumbnail; I know. Can’t be helped.
I just got back from a whirlwind tour of Gallery Night in Milwaukee, in the Third Ward. First off, my friend Bridget and I got a late start to the evening. So, we were a bit rushed right off the bat. No bother though, we knew where we wanted to go and what we wanted to see, which helps a lot during a Gallery Night evening.
Our first stop was to the Milwaukee Public Market for some letterpress prints. Very cool prints, however, they were few and far between. Color was spot on, although, I wish they were a bit larger. Overall, cool prints.
Our second stop, after the Public Market and Starbucks, was Cranston in the Marshall Building on Water Street. It’s one of my standard stops during Gallery Night it seems. But, out of all night, it proved to be the most fruitful. I didn’t get a chance to see who created the prints, like the one you see, but they were amazing. So beautiful were the colors, the aesthetic, texture and imagery. These prints were simply intoxicating. What a great find tonight!
After Cranston, we head over to (Shoo) for some beautiful, vivid landscapes. I guess there were custom Chuck Taylors, but I didn’t see them. After which, we ran over to the Dye House for a Bob Marley photo exhibit. Standard portraiture, nothing that hasn’t been done before.
Unfortunately, time was not on our side and we had to head back. It was a cold night and the coffee’s that we got, helped out a great deal! I would like to throw out a personal thanks to Bridget for being an amazing companion on the whirlwind Gallery Night tour.