Nubar Alexanian’s documentary short, Calling All Chefs is having its World Premiere at the NYC Food Film Festival on October 30th. Produced by Walker Creek Media, this is the story of the improbable collaboration between a sub shop owner and a Michelin-starred Italian chef who moved to Cape Ann with his family and needed a job.
Both Alexanian & Laboa will be at the premiere in New York, where Chef Paolo and his wife Mercedes will be making a little something special for all 300 guests to taste while they watch the film.
If you’ll be in NYC you can get tickets HERE. The NYC Food Film Festival is a wonderful event, where people who love food can eat, drink and watch films about the growing, prepping and cooking of all kinds of food.
Editor’s note: Paolo Laboa and wife Mercedes will be opening up shop in the former Alchemy space soon.
Sequencing, Editing & Direction
with Nubar Alexanian
Two-Day Photography Workshop, October 26 & 27
10:00am to 5:00pm
Limited to 12 photographers
Tuition: $325 Lunch included
A $100 Refundable Deposit is required (see below)
Apply by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
More about Nubar here: http://nubar.com/gallery/bio.html
The Workshop will be held at the Rocky Neck Cultural Center – 6 Wonson St. Gloucester, MA http://www.rockyneckartcolony.org
A two-day workshop for intermediate & advanced photographers to build, edit & sequence a strong portfolio or body of work. Whether you’re working on a long-term project, building a portfolio, a book or trying to find a cohesive thread in your work as a whole, each participant’s work will be reviewed with emphasis on how to strengthen their ability to communicate ideas visually.
In this workshop, you’ll gain important perspective on the editing process as you work to refine your own portfolio, and how to look at your work and see what it’s asking for. We’ll also explore how sequencing and context can alter the power and meaning of images. Our goal is for you to leave this workshop with greater insight and confidence in the direction of your own work.
Joey. These aren’t new but they haven’t been shown in public in many years. I think you’ll recognize these guys. Nubar
Gloucester’s wind turbine being prepared to be lifted into place
Posted on November 30, 2012 by Nubar
check out the full sized photo at Nubar’s blog here
Each blade is 45 meters long. This is what it looks like before the cone is added and it’s lifted into place. Lost light before it could be lifted into place today.
The photo above is a small representation of the full size photo which you can view on Nubar’s site.
Nubar Alexanian Photographer/DP
Hey Joey: just came across this portrait I did of George Morey in Lanesville in front of his shack down in the cove. It was taken in 1971 with a view camera
Joey: just put this short video together of the boat tribute to Joe Garland last weekend. It’s short and sweet and something I’ve never seen done before for an individual.