The Architect and the Painter is the first film about Charles and Ray Eames since their deaths and the only film to peer inside their collaboration, their marriage and the “Renaissance studio” they created in a gritty warehouse in Venice, CA. Narrated by James Franco, the film draws from a trove of archival material, primarily the stunning films and photographs produced in mind-boggling volume by Charles, Ray, and their staff during the hyper-creative forty years of the Eames Office. Family members and design historians help guide the story, but it is in interviews with the junior designers swept into the “24-7” world of “The Eamery,”, that a fascinatingly complex picture of this husband and wife creative team really emerges. Slated to screen on PBS’ American Masters Dec. 19, 2011.
The THINK Exhibit is open to the public from September 23 to October 23 at Lincoln Center in New York. Through live data visualization, a first-of-a-kind immersive film, and giant ineractive stations, the exhibit explores how we can make the world work better. To learn more about the exhibit, please visit thinkexhibit.com
A Film dedicated to wakeskating dedicated to filming. Featuring Reed Hansen, Grant Roberts, Matt Manzari, Chris Kallas, Dieter Humpsch, Brian Grubb, Nick Taylor, Brandon Thomas and more.. coming Dec 2011
"Since I was a kid, I’ve loved being caught in thunderstorms. Those memories have always excited me. Today, as a fine art photographer, my passion is photographing landscapes in the nastiest weather I can possibly find. So the natural question for me was: Why not try to "experiment" and chase after the nastiest storm systems possible as an extension of my landscape work?"
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