(Blackberry Storm Phone Camera Photo)
Ya' just never know where creativity geographically might stems from. It can spring from writing on napkins in restaurants, or pecked on laptops at bookstore cafes. "In a restaurant one is both observed and unobserved. Joy and sorrow can be displayed and observed “unwittingly,” the writer scowling naively and the diners wondering, What the
hell is he doing? Then, again, the writer may be
truly unobserved, which affects not a jot the scourge of popular opinion on his overactive mind."
David Mamet, “Writing In Restaurants”
Professional published and stock photography of the arts, entertainment and film industry by arts and entertainment industry photographer, Pat Christian.
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Shutter of my camera’s recollection, what is it you fancy me to notice here now? What accidental or intentional defining, onion-revealing? I will improvise on all this impossible behavior and geometry. I fear they are short-lived in this fleet light of my prying. What meaning of them and this moment is to be revealed? And what might I reveal about me? Yes, Henri
, “sharpness is a bourgeois concept.” Yet my lens is sharper than my wit. So chance and accident, please lend a hand in this physical and visual place somewhere in this stream of time. Isn’t it born of so many unspoken feelings and a milieu of conditions and presuppositions? Standing now at these crossroads of physical and psychological space, my camera and I rely on uncompleted skill and whatsoever muses? Now, viewer, these photographs remain an incomplete utterance without you who see them with new eyes. What now do these photographs say of you?
—Pat ChristianSan Francisco-born writer, photographer, and actor Pat Christian currently lives near Sundance, Utah, specializing in creative projects in the Beehive State and the west coast. View more biographical information and some his creative work at http://patchristian.com. Publication list at: http://www.patchristian.com/publication.html.Email: email@example.com.