Stephanie Arnett

Photographer in Boston geeked out for art, science and other creative pursuits.

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    Interview: Jason Burrell. Caught up with Jason during the fun and delicious #GuacFest

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    1)  How long have you lived/worked in East Boston?

    I moved to East Boston in August of 2005. After living in the South End since 1999, I was ready to look at purchasing a home and making Boston my permanent home. The…

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    Can you do THIS with Ableton Push?

    ~Ryan between scenes of Finnegan’s Wake with Vaudeville Pictures.

    Actual Film Friday: Demonstration on the Mass Ave bridge, 2003.  This little boy led the charge as anti-war demonstrations closed the bridge between Boston and Cambridge.

    Actual Film Friday: Amanda waiting in a food court.

    Actual Film Friday: Father and Sons.  One of the first pictures with my Lomo LC-A out doing errands on a Saturday morning.

    Looking for a chance to exhibit your work internationally to the art elite?The Biennial Project will be showing selected works during during their gala event in Venice this June. Enter by May 1 to be considered.

    Actual Film Friday: Lechmere.  Cross-processed slide film on a nice wet day in Cambridge, MA.

    A poem compresses much in a small space and adds music, thus heightening its meaning. The city is like poetry: it compresses all life, all races and breeds, into a small island and adds music and the accompaniment of internal engines.

    Literary Jukebox: E. B. White’s Manhattan + Cat Power’s Manhattan (via explore-blog)

    Actual Film Friday: St Patty’s Day edition

    Actual Film Friday: Blizzard in South Boston.  We didn’t get much snow this year, but in the winter of 2002 we really got dumped on.  Here’s some of the aftermath shot cross processed.

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