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August 29, 2011 / Lisa Elmaleh

Interview on Harmony Blog

Check out the interview here:

Harmony Blog – The Everglades by Lisa Elmaleh

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August 26, 2011 / Lisa Elmaleh

Aaron Siskind Foundation IPF Grant

Dear Aaron,

I could never thank you enough. Thank you so much for this grant, for the nudge forward, for the opportunity to make my work. So much love to you.

– Lisa

Aaron Siskind Foundation

2011 Individual Photographer’s Fellowships

ANNOUNCEMENT OF RECIPIENTS

We are delighted to announce the recipients of the 2011 Fellowships. This year’s review panel selected five artist/photographers to receive cash grants of $10,000 to help further their creative projects and abilities.

2011 Aaron Siskind Foundation Fellows

Matt Eich — Norfolk, VA

Lisa Elmaleh — Brooklyn, NY

Brigitte Grignet — New York, NY

Chris Jordan — Seattle, WA

Justin Kimball — Florence, MA

August 24, 2011 / Lisa Elmaleh

Take This Hammer

I’ve been listening to a lot of Lead Belly lately while I work. His voice makes my skin tingle. Makes my feet tap. Gets me goin.

May 22, 2011 / Lisa Elmaleh

just for fun… a side-by-side comparison

I gave a presentation of my work at the Convent of the Sacred Heart school in Manhattan this past week. The students were really excited about the musicians series, and really wanted to hear what the music sounded like. So, I dredged up this video footage that Heart Montalbano took from my unorganized computer files. We looked at the video footage and the tintype side by side, and the kids thought it was a funny comparison, and I rather enjoyed the comparison myself, so I figured I’d post it. You know, just for the heck of it.

Hogslop String Band from Lisa Elmaleh on Vimeo.

May 14, 2011 / Lisa Elmaleh

Into The Shadow of These Trees

Harper’s Magazine published a portfolio of my work in the May 2011 issue. Check it out!

April 21, 2011 / Lisa Elmaleh

Take a look under my trunk-curtains

Teaming up with the boys at Gotham Imaging and Resource Magazine to bring you….

Sneak Peek of Print Is Not Dead – Episode 1 – The Wet Plate Collodion Process with Lisa Elmaleh from RETV from Resource Magazine on Vimeo.

April 19, 2011 / Lisa Elmaleh

My Morning Jacket shoot with Danny Clinch

Some time in late February, I got the opportunity to work with photographer Danny Clinch.

Danny had called me up earlier that month with the idea to photograph My Morning Jacket in wet plate. I was totally game to help out. So, I rounded up my gear, stuffed it into my trusty vehicle, and headed for Industria Studios.

It was a bitter cold, completely sunless New York winter kind of day. My car was parked half-in, half-out of the studio so that I could work from the trunk of my car – (which is where my darkroom is.)

I had a great time working with Danny. He has a great, inexhaustible energy that is totally contagious.

The photographs in this post are copyright Danny Clinch.

To see more of Danny’s photographs, visit his website at http://www.dannyclinch.com/