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“We’re interested in revealing the suffering behind the creative process, and portraying it in a very personal and conceptual way. The use of gla… Read More
“We’re interested in revealing the suffering behind the creative process, and portraying it in a very personal and conceptual way. The use of glass Ambrotypes reflects upon the fragile artist psyche and represents the delicate creative spirit that exists in us all.” – Dan and Nicole Read Less
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“We’re interested in revealing the suffering behind the creative process, and portraying it in a very personal and conceptual way. The use of glass Ambrotypes reflects upon the fragile artist psyche and represents the delicate creative spirit that exists in us all.” – Dan and Nicole

The Execution Project is a collaborative project that is currently underway.  We've travelled around the country with a giant 20x24 inch Mammoth 100 year old studio view camera.  Our project brings to light the sacrifices of up and coming artists.  We're interested in speaking to anyone who'd like to be a part of this project.  If you'd like to see our work in person, shoot us a message.


 
Vita Brevis 20.5x23.5 Glass Ambrotype
Chronos 20x24 Glass Ambrotype
Bearings
Past and Present
id 20x25 inch Ambrotype
Ucchista-Matangini 20x24 inch Ambrotype
West 20x24 Ambrotype
Nicole Truax and Dan Kennedy holding their first 20x24 Mammoth in camera black glass ambrotype
The camera in Moab, UT,