Hartford Prints!–3 sisters and a press– is a local paper good shop that had its start through the Hartford Arts and Heritage Jobs Grant Program. Now a successful small business, they’re creating a one-of-a-kind print that celebrates Hartford’s public art for our 2013 United Arts Campaign.
“Every week, improvisors at Sea Tea Improv are producing the finest quality improv in New England.”
The official trailer for “The Last Intervention” has been released. Written by Sarah Thorpe and directed by Giovanny Blanco, the feature film tells the story of a Dominican-American family concerned with Melky (Alyssa Abreau), who they perceive is dealing with drug addiction. A reality tv camera crew puts together an intervention for Melky at the behest of her father, Cheche (Hemky Madera). Filmed in and around Hartford, CT.
Exciting news! After being featured on American Songwriter’s website when it premiered, the music video for Caravan of Thieves’ single “Raise The Dead” is Spinner’s Video of the Day for April 26, 2012! Having worked on this video as second camera operator, assisting director Daniel Salazar III, it’s awesome to see a video we’re proud of getting such recognition.
Director of photography for this short informational piece about InterCommunity, Inc. a nonprofit behavioral health center in East Hartford, CT, providing services to adults and children with mental health and addiction disorders.
James Welling, a Los Angeles-based Hartford native, revisits Wyeth’s influence on his own development as an artist.
James Welling: “Wyeth”, a companion exhibition to Andrew Wyeth: Looking Beyond, includes photographs that correspond to Wyeth’s most iconic paintings as well as the works in the Wyeth exhibition. Both exhibitions will be on view through July 22, 2012.
Produced for The Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
This past Tuesday, I was invited to curate and host *the ear cave*, “a stripped down listening session, curated and hosted by a rotating cast of local radio professionals who want to share interesting, weird and wonderful radio.” *the ear cave* was created by WNPR senior producer Catie Talarski, as an off shoot of her popular live radio shows, Radio Adventure Theater. These are great events that bring community together in places like coffee houses and studios to listen to a selection of curated radio stories.