So earlier this morning I said that I was not going to put my blog Frame Lines on my server or into WordPress this week. Well, I was wrong. Not long after I wrote that I was struck with an idea. Go here to check it out. If anything I need to shoot, which is a good thing. So now I have my website, this blog and my photo blog all under the same umbrella and sharing similar design characteristics, which satisfies my inner German.
I am in the process of making my website mobile browser compliant. To do this I am using the Portfolio WordPress theme by Dalton Rooney. I have tweaked it some and will continue to for the rest of the week.
Checking out my old site on my wife’s iPhone made me realize the I needed to do something. I was about to use indexhibit after seeing the results David Bram was able to achieve. Shortly there after I came across Rooney’s theme and decided to go with that. I have WordPress here and on my teaching blog. I need to bring Frame Lines into the WordPress fold, just not this week.
If you are not reading this blog in an RSS reader, which you probably should, you can see that I have tweaked this place again. I went back to K2 because I wanted this to look like a blog.
Gregory Crewdson spoke at the Dallas Museum of Art the other night. I was intrigue to hear what he was going to say, or better yet what he was not going to say. “The murky content”, as he put it was off limits. No need to pull the curtain that far back I guess.
The one thing that stuck with me was that he said we all have one story to tell and we spend our whole lives telling it.
I also feel like I need to watch “Blue Velvet” again. Maybe watch “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”.
He also “freaks out” if the camera is ever moved a degree during one of his shoots.