After cleaning up my work space and going through old disks, I found a project that I had kind of forgot about.
In April of 2004, my friend (AJ Schepers) and I did a Polaroid project that was published in Calgary's FFWD Weekly for 13 weeks. The project: we each had an instant Polaroid camera and for 13 hours we shot. Shot everything and anything. We then paired up 2 images (one from each of us) for 13 sets. The following is the description that I had sent to FFWD.
"so..the whole basis of this little experiment was to see what the hell would happen. Simple as that. 2 people, 13 polaroids, a Polaroid each for each hour - and this is what happened. Started off simple, a bit uncomfortable, got a bit tired and uninspired, and along the way some nice things transpired. Two people stuck together in a relationship based on a little camera we like to call a Polaroid."
I will share a few of the Polaroids here and there. Hope you enjoy them.