Recollection [a short film]
The story follows the trials and triumphs of three young souls as they journey across the country during the ’30s Dust Bowl, in search of a better life out West.
"The wiser, the waywarder" - W. Shakespeare
a lifetime’s journey begins with a single breath …
one small step …
the right foot
of the left
Directed by Natalie Young (www.NatalieYoung.com)
A READMOND COMPANY / NATALIE YOUNG Production
in collaboration with RISING SUN & CO. Clothing (www.RisingSunJeans.com)
I am excited to get to share a shoot I did for the summer issue of Zooey Magazine, on newsstands now!
Please check out the below images for the spread, and click to enlarge.
Special thanks to my amazing team and model (see below for credits)!
I would also like to share some other photos I shot that didn’t make it into the magazine. See below and please click to enlarge.
Please see below for the latest photos I shot of Melissa for my “Marilyn” series.
And check out the whole series on my website.
A selection of my “Marilyn” prints are currently on view at Swinghouse, as a part of the Dirty Lights Show. If you are in LA, please check them out in person! Or to view or purchase a print online, head to the website for more info.
Click to enlarge!
*All photo are ©tamarlevine.com.
Natalie Young - for SWOOP Magazine
NATALIE YOUNG: NEW VIDEO FOR RISING SUN JEANS
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New Video Directed by Natalie Young
New Issue of LA Record featuring Hip-Hop legends The Pharcyde.
Photography by Askew II
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Last month, the president of Argentina (where I live) passed a bill to expropriate YPF, the country’s biggest oil and gas company.
It was a media scandal and it’s been all over the news so I thought it would be perfect for this assignment.
The move has been called a “theft” by the Wall Street Journal and has hurt diplomatic relations with Spain (the private company that had control over the YPF, Repsol, is Spanish.) It’s hard to explain in a few paragraphs the impact of this development in a country that’s effectively divided (President Kirchner won her second term with 54% of the vote) and it’s even harder to show it in a photograph but overall, I like the way it turned out.
I went to the luxurious barrio of Puerto Madero, where the YPF tower is located and took this picture. A stunning work of architecture; it projects anything but humility. The tower stands alone beneath a darkening sky. A storm is coming alright.
I shot the left frame just over 12 years ago on my first trip to New York. While it’s certainly not my first shot ever, it is one from the vaults that I knew I could revisit in a nearly identical way. I love the little things that have changed new background buildings, but even more so I’m digging the little things that are so static, even the coincidentally similar car parked just over the crest of the street.