Tuesday, November 18, 2014
First of all, thanks to everyone who made it to my opening on Friday! In November of 2013, we had the first book signing and exhibit for I AM ALASKAN at the Alaska Native Arts Foundation. And on Friday, at The Alaska Humanities Forum we celebrated the I AM ALASKAN one year anniversary. For anyone that missed the opening and still want to see the exhibit, it will be on display until December, 10th. On display is 17 20x20 images and 5 35x35 images printed special just for this show. I hope you get to see it! Below is the Alaska Humanities Forum address and hours. Thanks again to everyone who came out to see the exhibit and a big thanks to Christina Barber at the Alaska Humanities Forum for putting this all together. Cheers!
The Alaska Humanities Forum
161 E. 1st Avenue, Door 15
Anchorage, AK 99501
Sunday, October 26, 2014
I am happy to announce that on November 14th, The Alaska Humanities Forum will be hosting the one-year anniversary exhibit of I AM ALASKAN. I AM ALASKAN was released on October 15th, 2013, and the book's first exhibit and book signing at the Alaska Native Arts Foundation followed shortly thereafter in November 2013.
Considering that the entire project started in 2011 with a conversation with the Alaska Humanities Forum in the best restaurant in NYC, Prune , I think it's perfect that we get to celebrate the book's birthday in the place where its production began. (If only Prune could cater in AK, it would be absolutely perfect.)
I hope you get to join us! Stay tuned for more updates on the dedicated I AM ALASKAN blog here!
Tuesday, October 21, 2014
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Saturday, September 27, 2014
My buddy Angela S. Cox in Barrow, Alaska.
On the coast of Barrow, Alaska.
A fuzzy leaf in Anchorage, Alaska.
A friend at a wedding in Girdwood, Alaska.© 2014 Brian Adams
Yesterday, I picked up a few rolls of film, shot over the last few weeks. Fall is here and I love it.
Monday, September 15, 2014
© 2014 Brian Adams
Some of you may remember, around this time of year, last year, I spent a lot of time up in the Barrow region. I was commissioned to photograph for the new Samuel Simmonds Memorial Hospital. I am so pleased to say, the images are up north and currently being installed! This weekend, I headed to Barrow and was present for the installation of the larger pieces and was also there photographing for the hospitals image bank. It was a good time. I am so happy with how the larger pieces came out, thanks to our local printers at Graphic Works and especially Victor who flew up to Barrow to install the work. Thanks Victor! Altogether we had five large panels custom built by Graphic Works and 55 classically framed and matted pieces that were also custom built by the awesome team at Blaines Art Supply in Anchorage, AK. The amount of team work that went into this large project was amazing and I couldn't have come together so smoothly with out Barrows own Angela S. Cox and her wonderful team at ASNA. A big heart felt thank you to Angela and ASNA. Cheers!
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Tuesday, September 9, 2014
© 2014 Brian Adams
About a month ago, I was very happy to have the opportunity to photograph the band Easton Stagger Phillips. They were in the middle of their Alaskan tour, promoting their amazing new album Resolution Road. My family and I are huge fans, so getting all three of them together, for some photos, was pretty rad. The first photo of the three, was taken at their Tap Root show. Ash and I made it a date and went and saw them, we got right up front and sang to every song ( when appropriate ). The last two were taken at Martin Severin's home in South Anchorage, it's a great place to be. To me, this is what its all about, when shooting in Anchorage, in the summers. Thanks Guys.