Congratulations Out To Skip Hunt

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One of the images he has on is the one to the left, titled “The Birds” . This photograph will be hanging in the Smithsonian from July this Summer until Feb 2011!  Congratulations, Skip! Click here to find out more.

Skip recently pointed out to us that  “there’s been an uptick in upscale bars using the plasmas & lcd screens to display curated local artists. One such venue contacted me for a slide show for this purpose and I put this together for them:


Skip also sent us the video below. He tells us he made it “just for fun… shot with a little flip-style Kodak video cam at 60fps to make a smooth slo-mo of this girl hula-hooping… mixed it with some ambient drum circle audio from the same event/party.”:


We’re always pleased when Skip returns to aamora. This time it’s as our newest member!  His photography is remarkable for its beautifully vivid color, incisive composition and varied locales, including Mexico, Guatemala and South Africa. You will be well rewarded by checking out more of Skip’s work at skiphunt:visualartist .

16 thoughts on “Congratulations Out To Skip Hunt”

  1. Great stuff Skip – that’s some awesome hoopin’ and hulain’ – in fact I was tempted to do some whooping muyself as I was watching :0 And congrats on the Smithsonian thing, that’s awesome!

  2. @Marie Wilson

    Thanks Marie! I know it’s cheesy for a 40 something to be video taping some nubile forest nymph 😉 but I just knew that hula hooping in slo-mo would rock regardless. 🙂

  3. Oh cool! Aaron got all three up. Sweet! 🙂

    Thanks Jim & Michael… kinda feel like I’ve been a silent member all along though. 😉

    @Jim… it has the same effect on me. Just don’t get tired of watching it. I like all the little looks you catch the more times you watch it.

    @Michael… you’re just too kind buddy!

  4. Welcome, Skip and congrats! The hula girl and drums video was mesmerizing. If it was a minute longer I think I would have entered and altered state of consciousness, probably primal. But I could be wrong… 😉

  5. Congrats on the being selected to hang in the Smithsonian – but it looks like they just figured out what we already knew about your amazing work. Thanks for sharing, Skip.

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