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If we can't kick it with you, we can't run with you. Literally, and figuratively speaking.
I've lost count of how many times we've expressed the above sentiment in one way or another over the last two years. It's a crucial part of our ethos that guides us in all decision making, no matter how big or small. Although this methodology doesn't always get one the popular vote, it has allowed us to steer clear of many distractions and focus on collaborating with other like minded people.
We first spoke with David Jaewon Oh at the end of last summer. His plan was to photograph as much of marathon weekend (Chicago '14) as possible and wanted us to be a part of this undertaking. Without much hesitation nor information, we agreed. Let's just say we had a good feeling about the whole thing.
Not only did we vibe on a friendship level, he was a pleasure to work with and ended up producing some of our favorite photos of Three Run Two to date. To say they capture the essence of our crew would be a gross understatement. David's photos allow us to relive said weekend each and every time we take a look at them.
Last weekend, David paid us another visit to further build on his project. This time around, I was able to tag along to document the documentarian and his subjects. We'll keep you posted on David's project, "Make it 2 Go'" , but for now see below for some of my shots from last weekend.
When Chicago receives a random 70 degree day thrown in at the end of a long, overstayed Winter, the city takes full advantage: Al fresco exercise, dining and stoop-sitting - Can I get an amen? It's been a while since I last visited The Art Institute of Chicago (aka the world's best museum, a statement backed by both Time and myself), so I met with Marty downtown to take in some inspiration.
Elena Manferdini, Italian-born architect:
Shadow play at high noon- I dig it.
What's your favorite museum in Chicago?