mercoledì 11 maggio 2011

Interview with Logan Crable

q)Who are you? Where are you from and where do you live now?

a)I am a young photographer who grew up in Richmond, Virginia. I currently live in New York City

q)What is it that you do? What media do you use?

a)I am a photographer that works primarily in digital

q)What do you think sets your work apart?

a)The strong sense of narrative and mystery. I want my images to appear alive with energy and

An ethereal element.

q)How long have you been showing your work for? Did you have a “big break?”

a)Been showing my work for about 2 years now. I have had one picture featured in National Geographic and been in some smaller art publications but I would say I haven’t had my break yet. Still have a lot more pictures to make before then I think.

q)What are some things that have inspired you?

a)Things that I look at and go “ Holy shit!”

q)What have you been working on recently?

a)I am currently working on expanding my “Blowjobs” series by adding different elements. I want to take it to the next level with more theatrical qualities added. I want to really push the envelope.

q)Do you listen to music while you create your work? If so, would you give some examples?

a)I like to have my images read as music. So I model some of my images after the vibe I get from some of my Favourite music… Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Grateful Dead etc. I strive to invoke the same feeling one gets from listening to a solid piece of music.

q)Do you do work in any other media? Other projects not necessarily related to your main body of work?

a)I am also a musician. I have some of my music as background for my portfolios on my website.

q)What advice do you have for artists looking to show their work?

a)Get to Work!

q)Do you have any upcoming exhibitions of your work that you can mention?

a)I have a show at The Camel in Richmond, Virginia on June 1st. Then a joint show with my girlfriend, Chloe Cryan, sometime in August here in the city.

q)Where can people see more of your work on the Internet?


My new blog: