Richart, Fine art and sculpture by Richard Clawely

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Richard Crawley is a gifted artist, sculptor, welder and friend of mine. Over the past few years I have worked with Richard to document all of his major projects and other smaller creations. I really enjoy working with Richard’s creative expressions because his work is expressive and vibrant. I have found that when photographing others […]

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car2go PDX

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Last month car2go hired me to create a set of images that tell the story of car2go’s arrival in Portland but also describe the way that the new car sharing service perfectly integrates with the ideals and values of our city. Despite the restraints of uncooperative weather we worked tirelessly to produce every image I […]

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Wanderlust Time-Lapse Promotional Video

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“How do you capture the essence of Wanderlust in a short video clip? You probably can’t, but this beautiful time lapse video, lovingly (and painstakingly) photographed over tens of thousands of frames by Aaron Rogosin at this year’s Wanderlust California, comes close. Catch a glimpse of what the Wanderlust experience is all about. Warning: this […]

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Red Bull Thre3style, Fez Ballroom, Portland Or

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Red Bull Thre3style is a life style event that pits 8 DJ’s against each other to come up with the best beats. The event was judged by their piers in the form of three well established DJ’s. January 21st 2012, Fez Ballroom, Portland Oregon.

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Twenty Four, Fifty – 4,250 Still Images from Lightning in a Bottle, 2011

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I knew it was going to be good ride because my moustache was symmetrical with killer wig-wags that pointed straight out to the sides. To be honest I really didn’t know too much about Lightening in a Bottle as I set out from Portland. Gabe had told me it was defiantly one of the best […]

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Still Images From Lightning in a Bottle

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Now when a friend says, “Go do what you do……., and dont worry I vouched for you.” and you do a lot of different things, you start to worry about doing it wrong. Not that I was worried about doing anything wrong but when you are surrounded by legendary artistic talent your self imposed standards […]

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tEEth Performance – Home Made

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tEEth is a dance company that rents the studio next to mine at Zoomtopia. They are an award winning contemporary dance group who have built a reputation for cutting edge performances that push the boundaries of modern dance through the exploration of the intense emotions that are expressed within longterm relationships. When I was asked […]

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Tyler Hansen’s™ Surprise Party

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     When it comes to photography in my personal life I have specific rules of engagement. The 1st and most important is that I carry my cameras everywhere I go and I try like hell not to use them. I reserve my cameras for the moments in which the most authentic way for me to […]

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The Life of the Fly

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Last spring I was discussing fly fishing with Adam MacNamara (owner of Castaway Guide Service) and I said,” You know what would be really cool? A  photo essay on the life of a fly.” He agreed and told me he would pitch it to his friend who is the editor at Flyfishing and Tying Journal. […]

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Art Outside Augmented Mural

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Gabe Shaughnessy, my studio mate, and I (Studio 1) created this interpretive mural during Art Outside 2010 in Austin, Texas. The interactive mural was hand painted by Gabe using black and white paint in a paint sprayer. At night, digital projectors illuminated the mural, and Gabe continued painting with projected light. Meanwhile I captured time-lapse […]

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Burning Man 2010 Metropolis

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Burning Man 2010, Metropolis, is the start of my second decade at Black Rock City. After going 10 years with out a break I took last year off. To be honest I wasn’t planning of going this year but I had an opportunity to work while I was there and who could say no to […]

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CHAMPS Trade Show, Las Vegas August 2010

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In mid August most of Studio One Set off to Las Vegas to work the 2010 Champs Trade Show. I was hired to shoot the Bringer Springs official CHAMPS after party at the Wasted Space in the Hard Rock Hotel. The first set of images are of the guests infront of a sponsor wall. The […]

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PDX Bridge Festival 2010

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These images are of the first annual PDX Bridge Festival! As the official photographer it is my mission to get the kick ass shots that this event deserves. I will be updating this gallery throughout the festival so keep checking back. Now I know I wont be able to cover it all so I created […]

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EnviroMedia Portland Office Tour

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This April, the Austin based agency, EnviroMedia, hired me to create the second half of a stop motion tour that showcased their new Portland office. It was a fun assignment but had it’s own unique challenges. EnviroMedia is an ad agency that focuses on environmental and public health marketing so it was important the show […]

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North American Cities

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Below is a collection images from around the world in various stages of development using my panoramic process.

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Heppner Photography Workshop

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Last weekend I taught my first photography workshop. I have been wanting to share my approach to photography for some time now and let me tell you it went great. I spent the weekend out in Heppner Oregon conducting classes, critiques, and applying the knowledge in the field. Though I was there mainly to teach […]

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Dan Cohen’s Sculptures

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To document the entirety of Dan’s sculptures it was critical to use a rotating stop motion technique. I have been working on refining this rotating technique and I must say I’m happy with the results. The fist image is a example of the animation and the remaining images are still detail shots of his work.

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