A little History:
The Light Factory is one of only 4 museums in the US that focuses solely on Photography and Film. My Grandfather Tom Walters helped start the light factory way back in the day, and I feel a connection and obligation to help. But it's more than that, whenever I have walked into a Light Factory exhibit, I have been amazed. I have stood in awe, and found inspiration for my photography and my life. And on top of all that, this resurgence of energy is being called the Light Factory Renaissance. (And if I know anything about renaissances, it is that when one rolls around, you get your butt on that train.)
Back in February, while the Light Factory was undergoing its reorganization, I got to play roadie during the filming of one of their Kickstarter videos. (The video was done by the wonderful videographer of Wonderworld, Dorne Pentes.) When I was not sweeping up shattered light bulbs, I got to dance a bit, and take some behind the scenes photos.
I had been meaning to post some photos earlier, but I was sworn to secrecy until after the Kickstarter launched, and then I had that thing in Europe. So now, as the weather gets chilly and I no longer want to be outside, I have decided to share.