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Camera Records in Time was formed and founded by Traverse Day Robinette and fellow photographer Sam Quinn in the summer of 2009 out of a desire to create an environment where photographers can habitually come together to support one another artistically and receive feedback about their work.

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

C.R.I.T. 05/08/11

This month Laura, Traverse, Kitty, and Peter presented their work.

Laura showed prints from her on-going project, in which she photographs food that reminds one of blood. This month, the images were of close intimate shots using cherry pie filling and red frosting. The consensus was that the photographs utilizing red frosting looked most realistic, while those with the cherry pie filling were more erotic than bloody.

Laura Miner © 2011

Laura Miner © 2011

Laura Miner ©2011

Traverse presented work that he shot while employed as a nanny for two young boys. The images document the children playing and just being kids, which in turn allowed the photographer to vicariously re-live childhood. This month, the group helped Traverse edit down his prolific amount of work.

Traverse Day Robinette, Max Flying Kite at Summit Hill © 2011

Traverse Day Robinette, Max Sledding at Reservoir © 2011

Traverse Day Robinette, Oscar at Judge Park © 2011

Kitty has been photographing the Maine Avenue Fish Market in Washington D.C.. Kitty remarks that this is one of the only places in D.C. where all people, regardless of race and/or ethnicity, can shop together, alongside one another. She is documenting the market before it falls to redevelopment; the land would be razed in order to make way for a development project that would bring condominiums, commercial and retail spaces, as well as hotels.

Kitty Ethridge © 2011
Kitty Ethridge © 2011
Kitty Ethridge © 2011

Peter has begun a project photographing environments that represent and evoke his state of mind. The spaces are in transition, partially in decay and partially in growth, being held together by the human spirit.

Peter Leavitt © 2011

Peter Leavitt © 2011

Peter Leavitt © 2011

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