November 8, 2013
October 10, 2013
You might think, looking at this photo, I was not happy with the outfit.
That would be untrue. I have been big on hats and bags since birth.
I was however really annoyed at the camera operator who wanted me to put down the stuffed cat creature toy.
Yeah. That wasn’t going to happen.
PS: As a secondary note, the color distortion in this photo is not actually the result of it being taken in 1802. [Though that might be really interesting.] The house in the background is, in fact, pink. The person behind me is in fact wearing pink. I am in fact wearing pink. And the poor film succumbed to pink overload, turning everything, yes, pretty much pink. As a future filmmaker, I would like to point out this might account for my clearly recorded disdain and disapproval for the shot of record. Or, it might indicate I am in fact the long lost sister of Lillian and Dorothy Gish, was born in the late 1800′s, and am just making up big lies to cover for being around way longer than is normal.
May 28, 2013
March 16, 2013
Listen, I just have to post this photo for you. I must do it. I am compelled by a power stronger than myself.
:::Viewing Photos of Kittens & Puppies Improves Focus:::
February 24, 2013
I just really like this photo.
Yes that is a :::going banksy::: photo
There are more here too I just for some reason really like the one above.
January 6, 2013
October 26, 2012
(I have no idea why Kitty has Vicky in a choke hold, we are writing congressmen for explanations.)
Kitty Sibille, Vivi Gregg, Max Adams, Austin Film Festival 2012
Kitty Sibille, Julie Howe, Christopher Bosley, Austin Film Festial 2012
Kent Williams, Max Adams, and Carl Miller, Austin Film Festival 2012
Max Adams and Carl Miller, Austin Film Festival 2012
Vivi Gregg, Terry Rossio and Max Adams, Austin Film Festival October 2012
August 6, 2012
I am crazy tired. It is 5 AM which is a pretty good reason for being crazy tired. But I have been so neglecting the blog, I feel like I should put something up here just to show I still know you are out there, even if sometimes it looks like I do not.
What should I tell you? That I have somehow reached a limit of patience for the teenage coming of age story set in the 1980′s?
Something else might be more fun. So let’s do something else. More fun. Let’s go on a Marilyn frenzy with Bert Stern. Yay!
*Bert Stern is the photographer and author of The Last Sitting, if you are a big Marilyn fan you should check it out.