En tant que Artist-in-Residence de New York, j’ai photographié autour de ce dix-neuvième château à Canet, en France. [Google Translate; see original English version] Principalement, je travaillerais à partir du crépuscule ou de la tombée de la nuit vers quatre heures du matin. Pendant la pleine lune, la lumière qui traverse la forêt ou à
As an Artist-in-Residence, I photographed around this Nineteenth Chateau in Canet, France. Mostly, I would work from around twilight or nightfall to about four in the morning. During the full moon, the light cascading through the forest or through the chateau was eerie and compelling. The exposures lasted about forty minutes each. While waiting, I would
A place among the palms at night. Included in photo exhibition in Canet, France. Long exposure photograph taken behind the Château de l’Esparrou during an artist residency.
A Nineteenth Century Chateau Near Perpignan, France at Night A Unique Artist Residency My normal working hours are from around 9pm to 4 or sometimes 5am; the place is magical then. It is located near Perpignan, and is surrounded by vineyards; the best is during full moons.
At Twilight, a Walk in the Vineyards, 360 Degree Photograph Near Perpignan, looking towards the Pyrenees, about 20 miles away, just after the sun set, where the road split.