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The Donnell Daily

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I spent three days last October working with the talented people of Generation telling some of the stories of the students, staff and faculty at Knox College. Knox was the site of one of the famous seven Lincoln-Douglas Debates about slavery in the US.

We had some gnarly weather during the shoot, but it all turned out well, with students, literally, dancing in the rain. The Knox community is a very special bunch. Thanks for the opportunity you guys.

Looking for a storytelling photographer with a lightweight production footprint, minimal manipulation and the rigorous ethos and work ethic of a photojournalist? Look no further.

Here’s the still version, in case you’d like to stare at the photos longer…

The very-talented Kyle Ferino kindly sent me an amazing clip over the weekend. Last year, Kyle and I worked together on a project for The Shipley School. Kyle’s design, illustration and art direction are amazing. I mean, look at the envelope that he sent it in! He’s also a very talented photographer — check it out…now!

http://www.kyleferino.com/

Of course, thanks also go out to everyone at Brownstein, including the   lovely ECD Dan Shepelavy, who, right about now, is probably slayin’ the ladies around Philly with his lovely gams (an actual dramatic representation of Dan’s legs).

(Source: vimeo.com)