I can't believe it's already Wednesday! This workshop is flying by!! Students are wrapping up their assignments today, and we'll spend tomorrow assembling slideshows and page designs of their work for the Thursday night clambake and student presentations.
I'll catch you up on some more images taken around the workshop house (I'll post pictures of the students on their assignments tomorrow!).
I woke up to this on the fridge- just like home! Sorta.
This is Greg's editing room inside the main farmhouse.
I scored these great presentation screens from Office Max by Epson that have such a simple set-up. They just expand like an accordian.
The man himself. Love that smile, Greg!
Exhaustion begins to set in... (this is James).
It's important to try and eat healthy during such an intense week of work and very little sleep...
But when Linda came back from her assignment at the ice cream shoppe with more than 10 flavors for us to try, nutrition was quickly forgotten.
This is Arn's "Arnie Shack" team editing set-up.
Vince takes a try at the editing chair with Stephen.
Meredith listens in.
I love this image of Vince.
The light at sunset is absolutely amazing here (wait until you see some of J's sunset images from his assignment!).
Greg, Eric and I went outside to take advantage of it. Greg took this picture of Eric shooting me filming (Arn brought Newsday's video equipment and I'm having a lot of fun with it!).
And another angle.
Eric takes to the the tree.
And Dan and James jump in, too.
Some quick portraits Greg took of me.
The light disappears quickly and then we settle in for the night.
J spent the night at his assignment last night (to get a sunrise image today) so Greg took a look at his work this afternoon.
Things started off well...
And then J realizes he forgot to do something Greg asked him to photograph.
And J contemplates if he should go back to try again.
Overall, J did an amazing job and I'm so proud of him! I can't wait to post his final project soon!
We've been going to bed at 4a the last few nights. Brushing my teeth last night (this morning?), birds were singing and I could hear the putter of the fishing boats on the river heading out for a day of work. Crazy!