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‘One Of Many’ wins Best Short Documentary!

One Of Many Best Short Doc Emily Sevin

I had an amazing time working as DP, camera op, and still photographer for this now award-winning film produced and directed by NY filmmaker M.J. Bernier.

More info here: www.oneofmanydoc.com

Monophonics tease new album using artwork by Emily Sevin

Earmilk Monophonics Emily Sevin

There’s a subtle art to creating music that sounds both vintage and current. The Bay Area group Monophonics are one of a handful of musical entities that successfully bridges the gap between soul music of decades past and the urgency of modern society. The band is preparing to release a new album in 2020 on Colemine Records called It’s Only Us and have offered a preview of the project with the single “Chances.”
Read more at https://earmilk.com/2019/10/25/monophonics-tease-new-album-with-rousing-single-chances/#TWE8RBAwcQ6mMABY.99

New Muse

Isn’t he lovely? Ted Desmarais everyone.

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ted desmarais

 

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ted desmarais

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The Floral Shopping Cart

All I can say about this piece of work is that I am eternally grateful to the help I had in creating it. This team of ladies hand selected flowers and fashion, based solely on a notion I had of a Floral Shopping Cart. Thank you to Sarah Schoetz on floral design and Kaitlin Donovan for styling. Hearts and babies breath ladies.

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That time on tour…

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Elliott Peltzman of The Stone Foxes photographs Europe

Part of the Emily Sevin Photo Upcoming Photographer Foster Program.

I often joke that running a small business for an artist is like running a non-profit for individuals addicted to creating art. Basically, all the revenue made in selling my craft just covers enough to run the business another day. Sometimes when I’m balls deep in marketing and stamping my logo on yet another brown paper and string parcel aimed at the desperate attempt of getting another art buyer’s attention, I’m convinced I’m simply running a business to keep my arts n crafts habit alive.

Then I buy a kid a roll of film and send his ass of to Europe and he comes back with some gold and it all seems worth it.