“I’m proud to announce that Lick got accepted and will have its world premiere in Palm Springs, CA at the 2009 Palm Springs International Shortfest and Film Market. So happy! ” – Johnny Le
Bobby, an enthusiastic third grader, has to touch everything — old gum under his desk, dirt, twigs, even brain matter.
DIRECTOR: Johnny Le
Editor: Rafael Lewis
Screenwriter: Johnny Le
Cinematographer: Patrick LaValley
Music: Michael John, Manny Chester
Principal Cast: Alex Thede, Casey Murphy, Sabrina Hunter, Michael D. Minor, Margaret Santoro
Poster crafted by Color Cubic
Our dear Alex is back in Alaska for the summer…some manual labor should set him straight! I kid I kid…Mertz
we love ya and we love this photo of Mark!
Thanks for the eye candy from up north! Keep it coming! We Miss you!
Bryce Kanights and Kevin Kowalski head to NE Portland to session Mark Conahan’s personal kidney bowl.
Kevin is “Jumping off the Ice Cream truck”- MC
“XGames and reality shows…it’s all FLUFF- this is the real deal!”- BK
Life can be simple if you let it.
“How much for the tai?”-BK
“It’s cool, she’s a hippie chick”-BK
Nemo Entertainment takes you into a day with Bryce Kanights. Insights, perspectives, personality and passion. Part 1: Bryce Kanights and Kevin Kowalski head to SE Portland to grab a photo at a secret backyard pool.
Austin Will sent this to me to post today…
“Steven Kilzer is a very talented cinematographer, editor, and director. Enjoy.”
Richard Walch and I go way back…..ooops , let me pick up the words off the ground as I have been caught name droppin. We had a chance to participate in Dani Kiwi Meier’s, Chrystal Awards. Richard is an amazing human being and Canon is so lucky to have him as part of their European Factory team! It so great to he has kept growing creatively and taking on new challenges and new subjects. The webisode show Richard in action hanging above the BMX ramp to get that angle that is dramatic. Be sure to check his new yachting work.
ROCHESTER, N.Y.–Eastman Kodak Company announced today that it will retire KODACHROME Color Film this year, concluding its 74-year run as a photography icon.
Almost in a poetic way, the end of Kodachrome seals the fate for film. Yea, its true E6 is still out there and there are craftsmen that embrace the art. However, the 500 lbs gorilla in the room is DIGITAL. Even the best chrome to be published needs to be digitized and subject to the limitation perceived by the medium.
Back in the day if you were shooting something you wanted to save forever, Kodachrome was the only way to shoot.
A look into local artist Ryan Bubnis’ living and work space. For more visit ryanbubnis.com/
Beth Lesser is photographer and author who followed the birth and rise of the Jamaican dance hall movement in the 80′s. It is now a culture that spreads from the banks of Kingston to the streets of Tokyo. She published a book on the subject “Dancehall the rise of Jamaican dancehall culture” which is full of many beautiful photos, check it out!
Micha John, local musician and a dear friend released his new music video directed by Sebastian Jaramillo, and guess who was behind the lens. Austin Will, Nemo’s own go-to video jockey!
Directed, Edited, and Color Work: Sebastian Jaramillo
Director of Photography : Johnny Le
Follow Focus: Austin Will
Grips: Lonne Woodlee and Cory Demitriou
Production Stills : Carey Haider
Shot on a HVX in Portland, OR.
For more of Micah John’s music visit:
On Friday StudioNemo hosted Superstition, featuring the art of: Aaron Piland, Jesse Brown, Barndi Strickland, Ryan Bubnis, Cody Hudson, Betsy Walton, and Emma Trithart. If you didn’t make it you missed out! For those of you that failed to experience the show, here’s a video capturing the radness.
Adapting to their new life in Oregon, Jen, Michael and Tanner experience some true Oregon experiences. Crab hunting, Fish on a Stick and Dutch Oven cooking are required to be a true Oregonians! The Norman Rockwell of our era, Michael Cogliantry never fails to make me smile!
In the first episode of the new season, Michael and Jen find themselves deep within the Oregon wilderness at a place called “Lost Lake”. Determined to once and for all catch his family’s dinner, Michael explains several ways of obtaining food from the surrounding area including crabbing, fishing and finally, dutch oven cooking in the fire pit.
Sponsored by Renegade Knives, Widmer Brewery and Kraft’s Jet-Puffed Marshmallows.
This is pretty insane….augmented reality video games!
We visited Ryan Bubnis for a little studio time. Enjoy and come support on Friday…
PLEASE JOIN US THIS FRIDAY FROM 6-10 Pm for some superstitious enjoyment