Friday, March 6, 2009

WE MOVED

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www.bethanyGphotography.com
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Thursday, November 13, 2008














Friday, June 6, 2008

Northrup Show

Here are some images showing the Northrup King Gallery where our Senior Show was displayed. It was fun but I'm glad to have it all over now. I plan to take the next few days to recuperate and then it's time to get back to work and start looking for freelance work.






Sunday, May 4, 2008

The Final End

I think this week marks the true end to my trip. Which sounds odd since I've been back for weeks. But I finally rolled my empty suitcase out of the laundry room and I finally got the voice recordings ready to upload, be sure to look back at past posts to listen to interviews with locals affected by the storm.

Also a couple days ago I got a call from Nora, one of the ladies I interviewed, she called to let me know the house were we met her was knocked down recently, secretly at night. This was the house she talks about in her interviews as a symbol to her of the typical New Orleans. I guess having this house disappear is just one more sign that the old New Orleans is gone.

It's going to take a lot of time and help to build up the New Orleans. It's very much in our hands what the New Orleans will be like.

Recovered Images

These are the images Jon recovered from the corrupted CF card. As well as an interview with Nora who tells me about her thoughts on a destoryed house that we were taking pictures of.



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Thursday, April 24, 2008

St. Roch Pictures

Here are images from the shoot on 3.29.08.

We spent the morning touring the swamp and watched the tour guide feed a crocodile marsh-mellows (I have to wonder if that is legal).

The afternoon was spent shooting the tree planting in the St. Roch neighborhood.

this is a slash of pictures from the whole day.






I can't remember her name but this lady was with a group cleaning up the area, the sidewalk she's standing on will be used for a national call to artists that will bring in life to the neighborhood.