“Money goes just as fast as it comes. Most nights we go out drinking afterwards. Gotta keep the party going.”
SCOTT THOMAS OUTLAR
“Because of my retirement it took me about 10 years to return to my photo activities. In my situation I find it easier to devote myself to a landscape photography which is my favourite one.”
His works are driven by his fascination with colour — luminous and joyful, occasionally dark and mysterious.
J. Chris Lawrence was nominated for the Pushcart prize with “The Widow’s Tale” in 2011. His work has been featured in several web publications, and is forthcoming in print anthologies, including the Leodegraunce collection.
“I began to do what I had always enjoyed – taking photos, writing and travelling.”
“Born and brought up midst words in New Delhi, I was passionate about dance, science, literature, music and arts.”
“Baraka” was the first film in over twenty years to be photographed in the 70mm Todd-AO format, and the first film ever to be restored and scanned at 8K resolution.
“I always loved beautiful stories, Those told in books. Now, I try to invent them, with my pictures. I hope that when you look at them, You will share my emotions.”
Independently based in Asia, this entirely self taught artist utilizes a variety of techniques, subject matter and themes to expand the repertoire of his ink and art collection.
“The title is a reference to The Pet Goat (often erroneously titled “My Pet Goat”), the book children at Emma Booker school in Sarasota Florida read to President Bush at the time of the September 11 attacks which ends stating “more to come.”
“Best of Web 6″ took 120 hours of research, downloading and editing, according to Luc.
The film-makers claim that the lives of children appearing in Born into Brothels have been transformed by money earned through the sale of photos and a book on them.
This is the inside story of Street Art — a brutal and revealing account of what happens when fame, money and vandalism collide.
“I use random small objects: plastic toys, shells, beads, buttons etc. No colour is added to any of the materials – they are exactly ‘as found’.
As of November 2014, the film has over 22 million views on YouTube.
It focuses further on the monetary system and advocates a resource-based social system influenced by the ideas of Jacque Fresco and the Venus Project.
After its online premiere, the film created many controversies. Some critics have questioned the accuracy of its claims and the quality of its arguments, describing it as “agitprop” and “propaganda”.
His photographic work revolves around the body, exploring it in various creative ways, from lighting to projecting, from freezing to fragmenting, constructing and deconstructing.