Tag Archives: Erica Hampton

Cycle Powered Cinema documentation, and the film work of Mike Ambs

It’s not very long, and it’s really dark, but local film maker MIke Ambs just sent me this short video that he shot a week or so ago, during our first real test of the Cycle Powered Cinema concept. 5×5 : Night of the Hunter from mike ambs ☂ on Vimeo. You can’t tell from […]

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An update on The Ypsi Project

Remember how, a year or so ago, I told you about a young photographer here in Ypsi and her ambitious plan to take a portrait of a different person in the City every day for a year? Well, Erica Hampton’s Ypsi Project has taken a few big twists and turns since then, but it seems […]

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Get photographed, and do some good in Ypsilanti

Remember how I told you a while ago about an ambitious undertaking by local photographer Erica Hampton called The Ypsi Project? Well, she’s still at it. Her goal, as you’ll recall, was to take 365 portraits in the city over the course of the year. I don’t know how many she’s done thus far, but, […]

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Can Ypsilanti be conveyed in just 365 photos?

I met up with an EMU student at the Corner Brewery last night, during the Super Bowl. Her name is Erica Hampton, and we have a friend in common. He suggested that we meet to discuss her current project, which involves taking a photo every day that she remains here in Ypsilanti. Anyway, I was […]

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