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Geof Kern stands among the most awarded American photographers. With an unfettered imagination he worked for the most creative magazines and ad agencies. His very distinctive work is a combination of rationalism and conceptualism, inspired by “post-modernist” painters. Geof Kern works on a storyboard before shooting, creating images with a particular cinematographic mood and capturing a very original world. His photographs are exhibited all around the world.
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Geof Kern stands among the most awarded American photographers. With an unfettered imagination he worked for the most creative magazines and ad agencies. His very distinctive work is a combination of rationalism and conceptualism, inspired by “post-modernist” painters. Geof Kern works on a storyboard before shooting, creating images with a particular cinematographic mood and capturing a very original world. His photographs are exhibited all around the world.
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Geof Kern stands among the most awarded American photographers. With an unfettered imagination he worked for the most creative magazines and ad agencies. His very distinctive work is a combination of rationalism and conceptualism, inspired by “post-modernist” painters. Geof Kern works on a storyboard before shooting, creating images with a particular cinematographic mood and capturing a very original world. His photographs are exhibited all around the world.
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Geof Kern stands among the most awarded American photographers. With an unfettered imagination he worked for the most creative magazines and ad agencies. His very distinctive work is a combination of rationalism and conceptualism, inspired by “post-modernist” painters. Geof Kern works on a storyboard before shooting, creating images with a particular cinematographic mood and capturing a very original world. His photographs are exhibited all around the world.
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Geof Kern stands among the most awarded American photographers. With an unfettered imagination he worked for the most creative magazines and ad agencies. His very distinctive work is a combination of rationalism and conceptualism, inspired by “post-modernist” painters. Geof Kern works on a storyboard before shooting, creating images with a particular cinematographic mood and capturing a very original world. His photographs are exhibited all around the world.
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Geof Kern stands among the most awarded American photographers. With an unfettered imagination he worked for the most creative magazines and ad agencies. His very distinctive work is a combination of rationalism and conceptualism, inspired by “post-modernist” painters. Geof Kern works on a storyboard before shooting, creating images with a particular cinematographic mood and capturing a very original world. His photographs are exhibited all around the world.
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Geof Kern stands among the most awarded American photographers. With an unfettered imagination he worked for the most creative magazines and ad agencies. His very distinctive work is a combination of rationalism and conceptualism, inspired by “post-modernist” painters. Geof Kern works on a storyboard before shooting, creating images with a particular cinematographic mood and capturing a very original world. His photographs are exhibited all around the world.
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Geof Kern stands among the most awarded American photographers. With an unfettered imagination he worked for the most creative magazines and ad agencies. His very distinctive work is a combination of rationalism and conceptualism, inspired by “post-modernist” painters. Geof Kern works on a storyboard before shooting, creating images with a particular cinematographic mood and capturing a very original world. His photographs are exhibited all around the world.
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Creative Photography by Geof Kern | Previously (x)

Geof Kern stands among the most awarded American photographers. With an unfettered imagination he worked for the most creative magazines and ad agencies. His very distinctive work is a combination of rationalism and conceptualism, inspired by “post-modernist” painters. Geof Kern works on a storyboard before shooting, creating images with a particular cinematographic mood and capturing a very original world. His photographs are exhibited all around the world.

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The Power of Music -> Over the Creators

Hey all.

First I’d like to say… Sorry. No posts in a while.  Mega post on Monday.

I’ve been editing a song about the POWER OF MUSIC.  When we talk about the power of music, we usually refer to it’s impact on the listener.  Never do we discuss the power of this thing on the creators of music. I think it’s about time we have that discussion.

The song I’m editing had an hour of vocals about what music makes (we) CREATORS do and I know you creators (out there) know what I’m talking about.  You know… The weekend creeps up and everyone else is trying to hit the club, bar, movies, eatery, etc… But you..???!?!  You’re trying to finish (insert your thing here - beats, song, solo or that uber idea you’ve been banging in your head for a week).  

Got an idea, but you’re in the mall or at a concert?  You step away, call your cell phone and leave yourself a message… beat-boxing and/or humming and/or crooning… and u might be a producer, not a singer.  You don’t care.

That image has a typo… Anyways…

You take this shit for granted. You don’t know what its like to live this way.  You don’t know what its like to put a piece of yourself in everything you do… that is… if you’re making honest music.  We put a piece of ourselves in every HONEST piece of music we make… And Prince made how many songs…?  Imagine that.  

If the listeners of music think music is a drug, then what is it to the creators of the art?  I say it is worse than any drug you can take.  While the world sleeps, we are up trying to get that perfect lick… or that one line for the 2nd verse.  We’re tyring two communicate, sometimes without ever uttering a syllable.  We don’t need body language, we speak it in tones and melodies.  We spend all this time and money buying, learning how to use and breaking these things that make music, but we can’t help it.  We are NOT 100% in control.  To deny the urge is to kill a piece of yourself, bury it and mark it with tombstone that reads:

Here lies the real me no one ever got to hear.  I am dead.  I don’t know who that other John Non-Music-Making Doe is, but he is not me.  I am dead.  Tragic.  John Doe will live as a professional unhappy butthead from this day forward.

Anything and everything you experience can be a song, beat or some type audible piece for the ears of unsuspecting listeners.  You can’t experience a sunset, a cute couple in the spring, a tragic event, the plight of people or last nights beautiful disaster without hearing a song.  What about that person you saw for five seconds at the checkout register.  He/She was a hot BEAT!  That damn car is my next rap.  That cloud is someones concerto.  Any and everything could be your next track.  Your life IS music, 24/7.  You live everyday in song (in your head).

It’s CRAZY!!! But I could go on about this forever… So — thats what I’ve been working on… That and the rest of my accidental EP.

Any creators have any thoughts on music and it’s effects on you (please use the ASK ME button in the top nav to respond)????

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HELP: Name Me (Part II)

Hey, people.

I’ll keep this brief.  I need a producer name!  Actually, I need producer names. 

I created a post where people could submit their suggestions here, but there were some technical issues.  I didn’t receive any responses.  Plus, it seems as though users must be logged into TUMBLR to submit info to me that way (not cool).  BUT - have no fear.  I have a work around!

Here is how it works:

1. Send me your name(s) and an email address here
2. I will try to come up with some nifty prizes gifts (thus, the need for your email address… unless you don’t want anything) for the creators of the selected names
3. Selected names + no email = THANKS, but I won’t send you anything.  You’re so kind and generous.  You should be a SAINT!

What potential swag might you receive? 

I really don’t know, but I’m a generous (and crazy) person.  I might send you a flip cam’ with footage.  I’d love to send an ipod shuffle or something, but that kinda sucks b/c of Apples tech restrictions.  Maybe a CD of stuff.  Maybe some natural soap and some bath salts… I signed $2 bill. Who knows?!?!?!?  Who cares?  GET CREATIVE AND SEND IN THOSE NAME SUGGESTIONS =)!

If you want to know WHY I need a producer name, read this post

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Name me. What’s in a name?

UPDATE:  Sorry, but I didn’t get anyones suggestions.  There were some technical issues.  THIS post is officially DEAD.  I’ll create a new post.  We can try this again.

— thanks!

Hello to all new listeners/followers.  Welcome to this sonic experiment.

So the time has come.  I need a producer name. Anyone have any suggestions?

Selecting a producer name can be kinda fun, but some people don’t know why this is necessary.  Lemmmmme’splain.

I love making music (and stuff in general).  Unfortunately, people (and/or the music business) can’t seem to grasp the concept of one person making various types of music.  For example, I have a friend that’s a R&B songwriter.  He’s been doing that for years.  Guess what?  He can also write a damn good heart breakin’ country song, but… he has to change his name.  Why?  He won’t be respected if people know he’s the same guy that wrote all these Beyonce/R.Kelly/Usher-esque songs.  Does that sound dumb?

There are people who make house (dance) music of all kinds, but they HAVE to use different names because the people who make techno don’t respect the people who make soulful house music, etc. 

People pigeonhole producers/artists/writers.  We get put into a box and we’re supposed to stay there.  If I make HARD hiphop beats, I can’t make heavy metal.  So, we use aliases.  That’s the only way we break free.

With all that said… I’m looking for producer names.

I’ll try to come up with a prize of some kind. Lol.

Anyone have any suggestions?

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Feelin’ It: Nostudio (Beatshark)

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Feelin’ this dudes stuff.  Especially that cerealsynth19 joint!  And this one.  And this one too.  And this one too… That’s hot.  Check him out on Tumbr, or his site.

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