BLUEGRASS BY THE PINT

My good friends Kevin Ryan and Meredith Sutton, veterans, founders, and operators, of Service Brewing Co. in Savannah, GA, host a weekly gig: BLUEGRASS BY THE PINT, featuring the mighty fine bluegrass band SWAMPTOOTH, down on Indian Street, Savannah, JoJa. My Pam and I usually attend on Friday nights; me with my “necklace”–which is how…

Port Mondrian 1 by Dan Kaufman, Studio Kaufman

PORT MONDRIAN

PORT MONDRIAN is a photographic series that abstracts images of shipping containers by the mere addition of black sub-framing and white blocks of negative space. Putting boxes around boxes created patterns within patterns and drew attention to this aspect of the composition. My original image captures were often calm and introspective. My goal in PORT…

PORTOGRAPHY

Beginning in 2015 in response to my ROTHKO SERIES of photographs I was granted unparalleled access to Hapag-Lloyd‘s container ships in the Port of Savannah. The experience has been exceptional. I am proud of my relationship with this forward moving company. Hapag-Lloyd‘s vision is to be the benchmark of the container shipping industry, setting the…

Photograph of the Week, Under KONE

YOUR PHOTOGRAPH OF THE WEEK

This series, optimistically titled YOUR PHOTOGRAPH OF THE WEEK, was inspired by a good photographer-friend in Los Angeles: Joel Mark. Joel sends out a similar weekly photograph with (I presume to say…) the simple objective of keeping in touch with friends, clients, associates, and those with a curious interest in good photography. I was of…

FAT TUESDAY 3 by Dan Kaufman, Studio Kaufman LLC

THE FAT TUESDAYS

THE FAT TUESDAYS are a fortunate stroke of serendipity. One day I was driving through the Lowcountry on my way to Beaufort. I came around a curve in the road, the sun fractured, prismed, through the corner of the windshield, blinding me for a second. I regained control; it was the serendipity of the flash…

RUST NOT

The RUST NOT Series When is rust not rust? When it is beauty in isolation. When it is not immediately apparent, sometimes the obvious is the most unobvious. This Series began in early-August 2020 and got its legs over the following three months. Yet more appropriately, it began in 2014 evolving out the footsteps of…