Motherboard, a division of Vice, found this video I made when I realized my once-waterproof camera had ceased to be waterproof. Unfortunately I only discovered this after submerging it in water, but the video is kind of cool.
Last night I went to the candlelight vigil for the Charles Village Video Americain, which closed it’s doors yesterday after years in the neighborhood. Customers, fans, employees, and the owner and his family spoke about how the store affected them over the years.
I decided to just use instagram for these in the interest of being able to post them as it happened, and I will be attempting to do more “from the scene” sort of liveblogging posts on my Twitter (@joshsisk), so follow me there if you are interested! More finished versions of these photos will make it to my site eventually.
A few weeks back, Rye Rye and Say Whut did a video shoot at Metro Gallery in Baltimore for the Baltimore Sun. It was streamed live on the internet by a huge camera crew, as part of the promotions for Rye Rye’s debut full-length, which should be out soon (We’ve been waiting for it to drop for like a year or so!)… it was a great time, and while at first it felt a little weird, with all the lights and cameras, as soon as Rye Rye got going, the crowd loosened up and enjoyed the show… really getting into it and even taking the stage. It’s great to see her career taking off lately, and I am excited to see what happens when the album comes out! Click below to see the rest of the shots!
I did still photography for the first Mz Streamz video ("Tear It Up"). They shot this the summer of 2008 and I wasn’t supposed to post these until after the video debuted, but I forgot to go back and post them after the video debuted! So here they are…