Long live print! The new issue (Sept/Oct) of Design Bureau is out, which features an article on the brilliant architect James Goettsch with a portrait I shot. Those round windows at the Goettsch Partners office were really fun to work with. Put your iPad down for a sec and pick up a copy of this sumptuously printed, handsomely designed magazine.
Last month I shot Ameya Pawar for an inspiring Reader cover story written by indispensable investigative reporter Ben Joravsky, who explained:
Ameya Pawar, the 30-year-old rookie candidate, pulled off the upset of upsets in (the 47th) ward…A month or so ago, most folks in the ward didn’t even know his name; many of them still don’t know how to pronounce it…as the days drew closer to the February 22 election, it was like an ocean wave rising for him. He won 50.8 percent of the vote, just enough to avoid an April 5 runoff.
Below is an outtake and the final cover (March 3, 2011). Zeus blessed us with a breathtaking magic hour sky.
I shot the lovely and talented Samba Mapangala and Nathaniel Braddock of the fabulous Occidental Brothers Dance Band International for the cover of this week’s Chicago Reader. In addition I shot Mission of Burma and Orquestra Contemporanea de Olinda for the Photo Pit page in the same issue.