Tag Archive: lebanon

thoughts swirling of africa

we landed in Africa a few days ago and it is unlike anything I have ever experienced. needless to say, my words feel incomplete and somewhat insecure at this point. but a day… Continue reading

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south sudan | seed effect

i shot this image a few years ago in beirut, lebanon. it is a simple a detail of a wall, but for me it says a whole lot more. the middle east is… Continue reading

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journal: montana

6-18-09 my car is facing away from the mountain.  i wake to the cold and rain.  it’s 5:30 a.m. behind me, the mountain is covered in a thin fog, like a bride under… Continue reading

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lebanon… the book

i am excited to announce the creation of my first photo book, with words and photography on the subject of lebanon.  here’s a preview. lebanon will be a mixture of color and black… Continue reading

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la rade

as i sit silent, i reflect on my recent experiences in lebanon.  and though my thoughts remain dimmed and disoriented, in some sort of schizophrenic fervor, my senses heighten and align when yann… Continue reading

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prague

i was lucky enough to have a 9 hour layover in prague on my way home from lebanon. all images © andrew r. slaton | photographer 2009

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lebanon… day 7

all images © andrew r. slaton | photographer 2009

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lebanon… day 6

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lebanon… day 4

wandering about beirut.   war torn, yet bustling with hope for a better future.   a land of contrasts to say the least. all images © andrew r. slaton | photographer 2009

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lebanon… day 3

american university of beirut hamra, near where i’m staying. viva lebanon!!! downtown beirut with mountains in the distance.  very hazy… my humble abode.  walid was nice enough to let me take over this… Continue reading

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lebanon …day 2

al jnub (the south) of lebanon is very beautiful.  but it’s also high security, because of it’s proximity to israel, and a relatively strong hezbollah presence. basketball.  lebanese style.  we met an american… Continue reading

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lebanon… day 1

my host, rev. walid, naps after picking me up from the airport at 3 am.  “everyone that comes from the west gets in at that time… i’m used to it.” peter, said’s boy,… Continue reading

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the old country

as i’ve been preparing for my trip to spain and lebanon, i’ve been thinking a lot about my grandfather, Casey Cohlmia. papa passed away in 2004 unexpectedly. i felt it was too early.… Continue reading

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cover shoot

a few weeks ago i had a cover shoot for american motorcyclist magazine.  the subject was Mike Kraft, an iraq war vet, with a true love for motor bikes. now, i’ve never been… Continue reading

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up on a mountain

here’s a quick preview of a new film i’ve been working on called the mountain.  just like the other short films, it’s basically just moving versions of my landscape/ nature imagery, put to… Continue reading

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if this city never sleeps

last weekend in new york was fantastic… and i still have the lump on my head to prove it. a trip to new york city characterizes my current life: running at a fevered… Continue reading

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patience

an unseen, benevolent force has been teaching me a few things recently.  it would seem that patience has never been my forte.  and, it would now seem that i am to learn this… Continue reading

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