Images from a recent photo project with Rising Sun & Co. Clothing. Really had fun with this one, and used their strong brand vision as theme for the photo shoot. From their website:
“Rising Sun & Co. handcrafts indigo clothing that capture the optimistic spirit America is founded on, from a time when jeans were not merely made but crafted … We often think of ourselves as actually working in the early 1900′s with our 21st century minds intact. We believe in the meticulous pattern making and sewing techniques employed by master tailors of a bygone era. We believe in crafting garments that are certain to last just like in the old days when clothes were tools that helped people provide a living and build a nation. For us the workmanship is crucial.”
Recent photo shoot in Hermosa Beach with fitness guru Dara Mazzie.
Portrait of my incredibly hip friend Tony and his magnificent mustachio. Tony founded Mustache For Memory, a non-profit focused on supporting Alzheimer’s research and those living with the disease. Visit the website to get a wearable mustache business card, and drop him a like on Facebook, in support of good cause.
Happy to be included in the recently published Newspace Retrospective Book. To celebrate the move into their beautiful new gallery space this summer, Newspace Center for Photography (Portland, Oregon) published a book of the last 9 years of exhibitions. The book is a limited edition of 250. Pick up your copy here.
|Photo ©2011 Natalie Young|
I’m part of a group of LA photographers that converge online at thisisaphotoblog.com, and our first physical group show opens tomorrow night. If you’re in LA, come out! Here’s the lowdown:
this is a photo show
Thursday, April 21, 2011
6pm – 11pm
this is a photo blog is pleased to announce it’s first group show, taking place as part of the Lucie Foundation’s month-long celebration of photography in Los Angeles, MOPLA. Entitled this is a photo show, the gallery-style exhibit will showcase the work of sixteen of the site’s contributors, featuring photographs that were created specifically for the blog’s various creative assignments.
Photographers participating in the show include:
Jennifer Becker • J. Wesley Brown • Dan Busta • Jana Cruder • Chris Dibble • Alan Gastelum • Andrea LaBarge Mills • Tamar Levine • Karl Puchlik • Lauren Randolph • Ryan Schude • Corey Seeholzer • Blake Sinclair • Jennie Warren • Natalie Young • Colin Young-Wolff
The show will open with an artists’ reception on Thursday, April 21 from 6pm-11pm. Following the opening, the show will remain on exhibit for a full month and will be available for viewing by appointment.
Studio 9 at 33 West
420 W. Ave. 33
Los Angeles, CA 90031
Full details on the exhibition
thisisaphotoblog.com is a photo blog! we are a group of emerging photographers who take turns giving each other creative assignments and have fun doing it. Wonderful Machine did a great blog posting on how our group started, read it here.
I’m pleased to announce that my work will be part of a 4-person exhibition, Bring the Family, at The Light Factory Contemporary Museum of Photography and Film in Charlotte, North Carolina.
From the museum:
“Life is overwhelming and stressful. As we work through our busy schedules, we often realize at the end of the day what is truly important. In Bring the Family, photographers Tina Barney, Lydia Panas, Catalina Kulczar-Marin, and Natalie Young explore the need for family, friends, and home.”
I’ll have ten images in the exhibition, five from The Farm series, and five from the Georgia & Sabine series.
On exhibit: Monday, February 14 – Sunday, May 22
Opening reception: Wednesday, February 16, 6 – 9 pm
Free and open to the public
Thanks to Dennis Kiel for the opportunity.