With simple tools (an iPhone, iPhone pocket projector, Canon 5d HD camera, and a single 650W light) and using band members as human canvases for projections of themselves, we shot a haunting poem of the fleeting nature of identity and self-actualization. With each flickering movement we see the ways in which the ideas of ourselves rarely match up with who we really are.
It is inevitable that every king will eventually fall from his throne. The tiny Louisiana crawfish is no exception. Accompanying the themes of this documentary from Allison Bohl DeHart and Connie Castille, the artwork celebrates the traditions and pageantry of the 50th annual Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival while at the same time, sheds light on the darker side of the dwindling crawfishing community suffering from the lack of generational interest and the increased production of oil and gas.