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28 posts tagged 2012phootcampers

Introducing 2012 Phoot Camper:

Kristina Yamamoto - "I’m still amazed by the enthusiasm, brilliance, and warmness of the campers I met last year, and feel honored that I was welcomed to join such a group. It’s amazing how quickly you can form bonds within such a short period of time, and I’m grateful for every one of them."

Introducing 2012 Phoot Camper:

Netta Marshall - "I’ve always been a curious person. Intrigued by everything around me. Inspired by the things I see on a day to day basis. Finding the beauty in the everyday things, and the intricate details in the simplest."

Introducing 2012 Phoot Camper: 

Dan Busta - "I always bring a sense of adventure, curiosity, and excitement to Phoot. However, what I would like to bring to Phoot this year is my honest sense of community. I’d like to spend this year bringing everyone together."

Introducing 2012 Phoot Camper:

Neil Berrett - "A fantastic group of very talented people welcomed me into the open arms of adventure and wonder. It spurred a new cycle of positivity, creativity and exploration in my life. I’d love to share the endless zaniness, the "I have an idea" or "Try this" again with more photo campers, old and new."

Introducing 2012 Phoot Camper:

Ryan Schude - "The location this year should also prove to be ideal for the equally, if not more important part of camp, which is hanging out. Campfires, kumbaya, and cutting a rug remain on the top of the priority list; with forest forts and skinny dipping a close runner up."

Introducing 2012 Phoot Camper: 

Beto Ruiz Alonso - "After Phoot I learned to be more open to opportunities. To say "yes" more often than "no", and to dream more. My first new year’s resolution in December 2010 was "Apply to Phoot Camp (and get in)." I put all my will into that submission and my dream came true. Time flies and we’ll be old in no time, we need to live our lives now, to the fullest. Bet it all on your dreams and don’t be afraid of the outcome."

Introducing 2012 Phoot Camper:

Paul Octavious - "I try to find the extraordinary and special in the ordinary. It helps me to create new work and is an attribute I would love to share with others at Phoot Camp 2012. Collaboration is king. You’d be surprised at what amazing group projects start to manifest themselves over s’mores and tecate."

Introducing 2012 Phoot Camper: 

Anjali Pinto - "After Phoot 2011, I came back to Chicago with a new way of seeing photography. I felt as though all restrictions on what I could or should be as a photographer were lifted. I suddenly could make any type of picture without concern. I’m no longer just a photojournalist or just a food photographer - I’m a woman with cameras that loves making images of the world around me."

Introducing 2012 Phoot Camper: 

Tyler Sharp - "Many people have asked me to describe Phoot Camp, and I have tried many times, but it isn’t that simple. Phoot Camp is hard to explain. It is a phenomenon."

Introducing 2012 Phoot Camper: 

Henry Busby - "There’s a piece of me in every project I do, and that’s the wonderful thing about photography. It’s where I intersect with you. I may be telling your story, but inevitably, I’m telling my own. I don’t just shoot because I love it. I shoot because I love you too."

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