So, Oregon Project Dayshoot is something Chase is involved in (and I’ll be tagging along for). Here’s their own little press release:
On July 15, 1983, over 90 photographers spent 24 hours capturing daily life throughout the state of Oregon. Project Dayshoot was the name of this venture, and it produced a book entitled One Average Day.
To commemorate the 30th anniversary of Project Dayshoot, the original photographers—plus new contributors—are being organized to capture images throughout Oregon on July 15, 2013. This page, in conjunction with the e-mail address below, is the location for all information related to the project.
Any proceeds from the sale of materials relating to this project will benefit the Oregon Historical Society.
Remember, Oregon locals, tag your shots #Dayshoot30 on the 15th! This is an awesome thing to be a part of.
We’ll be on the road a lot, hitting all the little towns we can, but I’ll be uploading Instagram snaps whenever I can get a signal, which you can follow on my Instagram or catch when they get pushed to myFlickr (username is also: BZedan).
Remember how a bit ago I was like “you should def show some commerce love to City of Roses and Dicebox”? Well, you still should because their work is still aces. Both are available online, in full, but if I know you and see you semi-regularly, I have hard copies of both works you are free to borrow to decide if you should own your own.