06.09.17-19

location

at the model’s home in Jersey City, NJ

date

september 17, 2006

notes

after three hours of shooting I ran out of ideas, so I asked her to just dance in the nude


 

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06.09.17-11

location

at the model’s home in Jersey City, NJ

date

september 17, 2006

This session was conducted at the model’s home in Jersey City, which she shared with her husband-to-be and a friendly but protective pit bull terrier. As with any field session, space was limited so it was necessary to concentrate on portraits with the video equipment close to her face.


 

06.08.25.16-03

location

on the floor of a rented photographic studio in lower Manhattan

date

august 25, 2006 (4pm session)

Being instructed to relax completely, the model may have in fact fallen asleep.


 

06.08.25.12-10

location

a rented photographic studio in downtown Manhattan

date

august 25, 2006 (at noon)


 

06.08.24.16-04

location

a rented photographic studio in downtown Manhattan

date

august 24, 2006


 

06.08.24.12-07

location

a rented photographic studio in downtown Manhattan

date

august 24, 2006


 

06.08.23.12-10

location

a rented photographic studio in lower Manhattan

date

august 23, 2006

The model’s face was only about 3 feet from the optical reactor setup, and she voluntarily opened her eyes wide.


 

06.07.30-10

location

studio of the artist Harriet Casdin-Silver, in Fort Point, Boston

date

july 30, 2006

notes

a birthmark on the model’s shoulder became the focus of an optical cyclone


 

06.07.30-03

location

studio of the artist Harriet Casdin-Silver, in Fort Point, Boston

date

july 30, 2006

notes

the first full-body reaction consisting entirely of optical striations


 

06.07.30-02

location

studio of the artist Harriet Casdin-Silver, in Fort Point, Boston

date

july 30, 2006

notes

this was the first attempt to create optical reactions on skin