Alfred Hitchcock meets an Art Gallery visitor.
The Curler Family. Voted most likely to have the nicest hair.
Don’t you get the feeling that the refrigerator is looking out the window?
Photographed with a medium format camera,
B&W film and developed in my darkroom.
The position that I might be in while waiting for a client, model, friend, relative, coffee, subway, plane, computer-to-turn-on….Well, you know what I mean. I spend half my life waiting…….
Once a year a buddy and I go on a mancation. We leave the wives and kids behind and go off for a weekend getaway to relax. Last year we went to Washington, DC. This year we traveled to upstate New York to a show of old-style planes.
In an earlier life, I went to school for filmmaking. The photograph above is from a film that I made. It was a comedy and I kept it simple since it was my first 16mm film and I was new to the process. When the project was completed, it made its way to a movie theater in Provincetown, Cape Cod, Massachusetts. I had a friend that ran the theater there and he was happy to show it. Recently he told me a story that I didn’t know –
“I never told you, but the night that we showed “The Children of Quasimodo” Filmmaker John Waters, actor Divine and Boston film critic David Brudinoy were in the audience. He returned a few nights later (we changed films every three days in the summer)to see another film with just Devine (not in drag). I asked him what he thought about your film. He said ‘It creeped me out….it was funny.’ Ha ha ha. He also said that he liked the idea that we were showing unadvertised underground films at our midnight shows as a bonus.”
Wow. The Man, They Myth, The Director saw my movie. That’s the closest I ever got to Hollywood.