I took these a couple years ago while I was staying at L'Abri Fellowship in Massachusetts. Victor Green (photographed above) was one of the many truly amazing folks I had the privileged of meeting during my stay. We got to live in this wonderful century old estate on 15 acres in Southborough. It was beautiful! These were shot with a Polaroid 150 Camera using beautiful Polaroid 690 film.
I just finished designing, building, scripting, etc. the new iBwright mobile web app. This will automatically redirect your iPhone (or any interface with a screen width less than 800) away from our fully flash website to this iPhone compatible version. It has everything from fullscreen portrait and landscape formatting, to sliding window transitions, to the iPhone popup menu, to our custom icon on your springboard. Take a gander and let us know what ya think. From your iPhone - www.bwrightphoto.comFrom your desktop safari browser - www.bwrightphoto.com/m/ And if you would like to try your hand at assembling a similar one yourself, download this zip file. iWebKit
So we had an awesome time this year at Sundance! Saw some great films and some even greater friends! Didn't get to meet Robert Redford this year. That was disappointing. But I think I'll get over it. Park city was amazing! If you get a chance ever to go, do it! But if you can, get your tickets online early. It can get crazy going from theater to theater trying to get tickets. But even if you can't it will definitely be an adventure! The Beehive Tea Room... Delicious! One of the coolest places in Salt Lake was in the basement of Slowtrain Records. This little print art gallery called Signed & Numbered containing work selected by Leia Bell. She helped organize a collection of prints of all the Presidents by artists from all over the U.S. with fun little explanations for each. Some really great work! Band of Annuals played an amazing show at the Urban Lounge in Salt Lake City! And Justin played some amazing pool! And apparently Brian can't read... The last night we were there we got to hang out at this artists lounge where we got to hear Beck's sister play her acoustic guitar and sing her awful music. And I got to try some absinthe! Not that great... Tastes like liquorish. But it was a lot of fun. This place had some really good "secret recipe" homemade chai tea. Mmmm... Nothing better than a nice warm chai tea latte when you're in freezing Utah! And then we went home and had the fun task of processing and organizing all of our film. Yay! The trip was amazing and I hope we do it again next year if we can. Maybe we'll see you there?