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Posts Tagged ‘DornBrothers Art show’

“Exploring Light & Shadow” -A post by Proxy.

"Exploring Light & Shadow" -A post by Proxy.

On the Westside of downtown Atlanta, on Peters street, in the Big House gallery, stringing across the curves of the room, across the walls, doors, and windows, the shadows slide in.  The next block up street vendors and performance artists hastily put together last minute details with the news of possibly 10,000 people predicted to […]


“Orphaned Images”

"Orphaned Images"

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” -Aristotle Oh orphans.  Those loose ends, mistakes, those leftovers we find after all is done and it’s time to sweep up.  What do we do with them?  Where should they live?  Where should we place these renegade creations? These are […]


Riding with “Ghost”. On the Highway from Atlanta to Asheville

Riding with “Ghost”.   On the Highway from Atlanta to Asheville

“Ghost Images” Behind the scenes images from the award winning short film Ghost of Old Highways. from Dorn Brothers Productions on Vimeo. The LA Premier of “Ghost of Old Highways” would be pretty hard to top, but we brought it home to Atlanta where Christopher Campbell (DP) negotiated a few venues then led the charge […]


Chasing The “Ghost of Old Highways” -Art Show Opening In LA

Chasing The "Ghost of Old Highways"  -Art Show Opening In LA

Culver City, California, just outside downtown Los Angeles: It’s ten till six in the afternoon at the Carmichael Gallery and people are starting to line up outside.  Inside the gallery, the crew is still working on last minute details.  Dan Bush, Ben Lovett, and J Christopher Campbell are fine tuning the screening room, (looking for […]


“Ghost of Old Highways” -Premiere and Art Show Coming!

"Ghost of Old Highways"  -Premiere and Art Show Coming!

There’s a pretty cool independent film scene going on in Atlanta which we’ve been privileged to be a part of over the last several years.  One of the guys leading the charge is Dan Bush and when he asked us to help him on a music video for Ben Lovett, we were more then willing. […]


Flappers and Facial Hair -The Augusta Metro Sprit

Flappers and Facial Hair -The Augusta Metro Sprit

Augusta Metro Sprit Issue #22.27 :: 01/26/2011 – 02/01/2011 Think these two subjects are kind of odd ones to put together in a photography show? The Dorn Brothers don’t. BY AMY FENNELL CHRISTIAN AUGUSTA, GA – Photographers and brothers Nate and Travis Dorn have a friendly rivalry with each other over their ever-changing facial hair. So the […]


A Year In Review

A Year In Review

It’s the beginning of a new year and what have we learned?  Well, life doesn’t get any easier, but it certainly gets more interesting.  It seems a lot of people scoff at the idea of making resolutions or joke about the practicality of actually keeping them.  Yes, there are some of us that have the […]


The Flapper Dapper Photo Art Show

The Flapper Dapper Photo Art Show

  This fun little flapper photo art project was inspired by a haircut:  Anessa Ramsey’s haircut to be specific.  At the time, we (that is Nate & Travis) had been working on another photo series titled “The Chronicles of Follicles” and had decided that a little recess from shooting big hairy bearded men was needed. […]


The Chronicles of Follicles Recapitulation

The Chronicles of Follicles Recapitulation

Chapter one of The Chronicles of Follicles has come to a close and we couldn’t be happier with the results.  People from all backgrounds gathered together in harmony to bask in the aura of Man’s hairy gift; the beard.  Being a DornBrothers project, Nate and I felt much pride knowing that we had done our […]


The Chronicles of Follicles Photo Project

The Chronicles of Follicles Photo Project

A man’s face can grow it’s own art.  It is a canvas for which the owner can decide how he wants to present himself.  Obviously some men have more to work with than others (which can be a either a blessing or a curse).  Why grow facial hair? Why not? The associations and stereotypes that […]