2003, Adelaide Villmoare, All Rights Reserved
The College Of William And Mary
Gordon made these images last year while a student at St. Paul's
School in Concord, New Hampshire. He had taken a few blur images in an
advanced class and used an independent study course to explore the technique
further. The blur effect in his photos can come from either camera or
subject movement, but most often it's the result of a combination
of the two. "It was something new to explore," he says, adding
that not knowing what you were going to get in the image made it especially
Gordon is now a freshman at William and Mary, which doesn't offer
any photo courses, but does have a photo club that offers the use of a
darkroom to its student members.
© 2003, Gordon Stillman, All Rights Reserved
He is not certain of his major
yet, but is, he says, "leaning toward philosophy or environmental
studies." For the past few summers he's been taking pictures
for a weekly newspaper in his hometown of Poughkeepsie, New York, and
he's sure that no matter what he does in the future, photography
will always be a part of his life.
Gordon Stillman was recommended
to us by Charles J. Lemay, photography instructor at St. Paul's
School, Concord, New Hampshire.
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