Added on by Bryan Sun.


It's recently come to my realization that my last post was a little over 6 months ago, and that fact alone has ruined my consistency in these portraits, and I have some explaining to do. 

At the end of last year, I started to be dissatisfied with what I was doing. Not because I don't get satisfaction from meeting and photographing artists, but merely the work I was producing had to be stepped up to the next level. 

For the past 6 months, I've been in the talks of collaborations, research, tests, experiments, ups and downs. And now I'm ready. Ready to meet and learn with these artists again, ready to make great work. 

Two things that I'd like you to know from this post on. Things are different now, I used to be blinded by quantity over quality, I took on any and every artist in my way, but now I will be selective on who I document. With the compensation of quantity, I will in return give you quality. Spaces will be continued to be documented, artists will be continued to be stripped down and revealed, but this time it'll be better.

Added on by Bryan Sun.

This is Dane Lovett.

Dane does really amazing paintings (as you can see), and he is one lucky young man to be such a beautiful studio.
He shares it with a bunch of wood workers and a florist. The wood guys made their warehouse into a glorious wood haven, and the florist seals the deal with her gorgeous plants all around.

I know, a photo of the studio would have been great, I was just a little too in awe.