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franklin and marshall war paint lecture [Mar. 26th, 2012|08:46 am]
kyle cassidy
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Here's the talk I did at Franklin & Marshall college on War Paint. There's a long wonderfully flattering introduction, student Ann Leffel talks briefly about her tattoo photography project and I start about 12 minutes in.

Many thanks for Kostis Kourelis Ph.D. for inviting me to talk about this project & for the lovely introduction.

Stories in Ink: Capturing the Art of Tattoos from Franklin & Marshall College on Vimeo.






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[User Picture]From: cistle
2012-03-26 04:28 pm (UTC)
That was a really interesting talk! You did a great job. :)
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[User Picture]From: TYBelka
2012-03-26 05:44 pm (UTC)

You Old "Smoothie" You

Kyle, fantastic presentation.I sort of just "cheated" and watched this during work hours, but could not turn it off after starting it. (oops) I am eventually going to find the right time & right place to attend one of your amazing photo shoots, presentations, gallery show, or whatever & meet you sir. It would be an honor and education for me. Kudos to you!
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[User Picture]From: xtingu
2012-03-26 07:58 pm (UTC)
This was a total pleasure to watch. Thanks for sharing your story, and your story about how you tell other people's stories. I love listening to people who are passionate about their thing, whatever that thing may be.

"I never looked at an old man on a bus the same way. [...] I realized then that this generation had gone through something that I couldn't comprehend, but that they had left behind these markers that they could identify each other with."

You can tell this project meant so much to you, but also to the people you photographed. Thanks again for doing it.
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[User Picture]From: pteppic
2012-03-27 09:20 am (UTC)
I still can't get over the fact that you don't sound English. Why I keep expecting you to sound English, Gods' know.
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From: (Anonymous)
2012-04-03 02:20 am (UTC)
That was wonderful. Thank you for posting this presentation. It elevated my heretofore regular evening to a great evening.

I've just realized that I'm not logged in: I am dujour - the Esterbrook fan who also uses a distressed leather journal.
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