New Site, New Reel, New Limited Edition Prints

I’m very excited to announce the launch of my new website, a new reel for 2010, and a new series of fine art limited edition prints.

Needless to say – getting all of those elements lined up (from a variety of disciplines) all at once was a huge team effort.

If you haven’t had a chance to see some of my fine art work – you can find it  here. There are many new prints that have been added to the collection in time for this update.

I’ve been very fortunate to see some of my prints hanging at The International Center of Photography, at entrances to large corporations, and printed several feet wide as a center piece in many people’s homes around the globe.   Personally, I find that having one of my prints hanging in someone’s home – especially a large print in someone’s entrance or main room – is one of the biggest honors that I have felt as a photographer.   It means more to me than having it hanging in a museum or than an award for example.  Given the nature of the aerial and tilt-shift work that I have done – the 60X40 prints are by far the most common sizes that are ordered – and I have to say that every single time that we print a 5 foot wide print of one of these images – it’s such a pleasure to study then.   It can feel like playing “Where’s Waldo” with some of the images.

You’ll find two different series of prints there – one that is a premium collection, and another series of limited edition prints – all signed and printed on fine art archival inkjet prints.  The limited edition prints are at a higher price point as only a limited series of prints of these images will ever be produced.

You’ll also find a new reel on both the new site- and below:

I’d like to thank Benjamin Nussbaum for putting together a fantastic edit together.   Ben also edited Nocturne a few months ago – and he and his post house Pictures in a Row have been fantastic partners.

I’d also like to thank the fantastic team at LiveBooks for their incredible work – and frankly: their incredible amount of patience.   Trying to create a website while traveling almost constantly – is a huge challenge.  It wasn’t uncommon to have conference calls with me calling from overseas, with the staff in my office in LA, and a group of designers and flash artists at LiveBooks.  Dayle Hendrickson (Designer) Adam Royer (Flash Artist/Designer) and Bert Hall (Production Coordinator) did an incredible job.

Well that’s it for now – go out and check out the new site at http://www.laforetvisuals.com/ and let me know what you think!