I had the chance to pretend to be a producer on a bitingly cold weekend in November. In reality, the whole role started a few weeks earlier though… as I’m sure any real producer will tell you, 90% of the work goes into getting everything together. Once it’s together, you get to sort of sit back and watch the fireworks.
Literally, in this case.
My Stepdad has a work friend named Joe who’s a rather accomplished photographer. We were all having lunch a few weeks previous, when Joe mentioned a few projects that he was working on. Most of these personal projects revolved around long-exposure shots, usually with LEDs but sometimes with fire as well.
Fire… like fire spinning? Like all those friends who I have who love spinning fire? Hmm…
So, we talked, I made introductions, and a whole group of us figured out a time that we could meet up to make some good art.
Link to the Facebook album: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10152843083640225&set=a.10152843082505225.1073741931.609845224&type=1
Link to Joe’s page: http://www.makarski.com/