Sunday, April 30, 2006

posted by Een at 5:56 pm  

Sunday, April 30, 2006

oh oh oh, I forgot. I played lazer tag tonight, and I got the high fuckin score. some other people had like 300 and I had 6400 or somewhere in that ballpark. Yeah. And my team won.

Obviously video games make me a killing machine.

posted by Een at 4:08 pm  

Sunday, April 30, 2006

I’ve got a sunburn and a slightly skinned knee.

I’m practically an action photographer. I’ve taken shots from two man airplanes, speeding flat bottom boats, and.. roller skates. The last was by far the hardest.

posted by Een at 3:49 pm  

Sunday, April 30, 2006

this is that 2-d design assignment I managed to do well on. The copywork isn’t that great, it’s just from the low resolution jpg that my prof sent me. I’ll try to do a better one of it eventually. I’m sure some of you will recognize this. :)

posted by Een at 1:25 am  

Wednesday, April 26, 2006


I almost just got hit by a fuckin tree. I heard the thunder and ran out of boundary hall with my camera gear on my back. I have to bike because my car is in the shop. It had just started drizzling, but the sky was DARK. I knew that my gear would be ruined if it got soaked, and savannah has fucking monsoons, man. So I jumped on my bike and peddled like a fucking madman. I was going down the road at breakneck speed, was almost to the dorms, I could tell it was going to start really coming down soon, I was almost there, under the first bridge, when I hear CRACK, and a tree, right in front of me, comes right down, way out into the middle of the road. Maybe 3 feet from me. I don’t even stop, I go right around it, out into the middle of the road, and past the cars, and skid into the annex, under the security check booth overhang, spin out, stop facing the other direction, upright and right as I do this the rain comes down in buckets, literally solid rain like you see in movies. But I’m safe under the awning. I bring my bike through the building, lock it up, bring my backpack in with the help of Buck’s umbrella, and sit down.

and take a hit of my ventolin. wheeze. hoooboy.

posted by Een at 10:25 am  

Wednesday, April 26, 2006

In my dream, Carolin and I stared in a movie by joss whedon, which was sort of a reality show, because I was just hired to shoot something, but then was put in an immersive world. My character was a photographer, but later got trained to become a hero, etc.. the idea was that my pictures would be posted on a website, etc, along with the movie, as the character’s pictures. The movie was canceled though, before I woke up, and I was simply paid 1000 dollars for the day of shooting, not allowed to keep any of my photos, and left not sure if it was my fault or not that the movie didn’t work. I sort of miss the fantasy world.

In real life news, but no less surreal, I got a call from National Geographic yesterday. They said their name and that they were calling from national geographic, asked for Ian Adams and told me it was about a photo of mine they published a couple years ago. I asked them if they were sure they had the right Ian Adams. Apparently she had found me on google, and my website and work was good enough, at least, for her to think I might have been published in national geographic, so she called my cell phone. She was, of course, looking for the other Ian Adams, which I told her, and let her go. Seems like almost every photographer I know wants to be published in national geographic. It’s never really been one of my goals, but I admit, it tickled my fancy a bit to be called by them, even if by mistake.

posted by Een at 12:39 am  

Monday, April 24, 2006


posted by Een at 5:26 pm  

Monday, April 24, 2006

I found a roll of film from a year ago, recently. I’m glad I did. This is what was on it. Clicking on these for full view is a must. I printed them large, very large, and the detail is amazing. I need to start shooting with FP4 again.
posted by Een at 9:00 am  

Saturday, April 22, 2006

Here are some shots from the Haute Air Fashion Show.

You can view the entire event here.

posted by Een at 8:14 pm  

Saturday, April 22, 2006

Girl: I’m looking for a play for school.
Bookseller: What’s the name?
Girl: Antigen.
Bookseller: You mean Antigone?
Girl: What’s the difference?
Bookseller: One’s a play about a girl and her dead brother, and the other is a play that hasn’t been written yet about carbohydrates and proteins.
Girl: Oh. The dead one, then.

–Barnes & Noble, Court St.

posted by Een at 9:22 am  

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