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In The Studio

I got to interview Chris in February for a short film our mutual friend Dustin was making, and it really got me thinking about what it means to be gutsy in your own work, and about how much I need and want to harness the power of that in my own creative journey.  (I'm working on it.)

In the months since then Chris and Dustin continued to work on the piece and it's ready to view!  Looking at it now I have to say that I just love hearing Chris talk about the interplay of his passions and how they feed and inform each other, making each element stronger.  I was on the edge of my seat during the original interview hearing him talk about his process and it's fascinating to watch again.  

And finally, this piece is just stunningly beautiful - both Chris' paintings and Dustin's shooting.  Blow it up to full screen, and enjoy.

Reader Comments (4)

Hearing Chris tell about leaving his post at the construction site and sitting down to cry in the knowledge that he is an artist...well it turned on my tears, did the full-out beauty of this piece.
Conveys so much, as does Chris' work, of how life's simple elegant truths can bubble up into physical, comforting, inspiring form.

May 23, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterKathleen

i haven't talked to you all week so of course i won't come to know my rules. but my sister called me today to tell me to watch this because it is inspiring. it IS inspiring and i'm proud of the role you had in it. i am your number one fan, even though i demand it to be in person.

May 23, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterst

My goodness this is beautiful and inspiring--amazing!

May 24, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterChristopher

im not sure how i found your blog. but in this moment - very moment - i am so glad i did. this video is so moving. it moved me to tears. thank you for making it and for sharing the link. it could really be my own story. so many peoples story. thank you.

June 9, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterjojo

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