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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.

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Hannah Bemelmans

These picture were taken in Vermont where my dad moved to after he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease, about 15 years ago.  I go up to visit and photograph every few months.  I tend to photograph my Dad outside because the landscape is very important to him--it’s why he moved there--and to me, because I have a very emotional response to nature and photographing what I respond to helps me to communicate what I’m feeling. My Dad and I work very collaboratively when I take the pictures of him.  In some pictures he will direct me so that he will be photographed how and where he wants to be shown.  In others we decide together or I will just already know.

Fog, 2011 © Hannah Bemelmans

 By the Pond, 2011 © Hannah Bemelmans

 Brambles in Ice, 2011 © Hannah Bemelmans

 In the Field, 2011 © Hannah Bemelmans

 In the Grass, 2011 © Hannah Bemelmans

1 comment:

  1. fog- 3
    by the pond- 4- i want to see fog and this together, the softness of his beard and colouring work so well together. i think if i were to pick 3 of these 5 brambles would be the last, it's nice to look at but harsh and blocking at the same time... wall of brambles... it's just a big barrier, but that seems to work with parkinsons... or any illness.
    between in the field and in the grass i prefer in the grass... but, it doesn't "go' with the others that picked... so i'll leave it at that. xxxx

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