Category: Video

25 Jan

2015…and all points in between

djclough / NYC, Video / / 2 Comments

2015…and all points in between

This video montage starts in the aftermath of New Years Eve in Times Square in the very early hours of January 1, 2015, and ends back in New York City at the end of the year – just as the lights of lower Manhatten had started to welcome twilight from the banks of the East River. The five minutes in between are a collection of favorite images from the past year covering the many corners of Maine … Rockland, North Haven, Rangeley, Houlton, Rumford, Machias, Deer Isle, Carrabassett Valley … and beyond.

The trumpet infused soundtrack Break’n The Mold by Rebecca Coupe Franks has been licensed through vimeo.

At the end of the video are links to view my end of the year montages for 2014 and 2013. Feel free to leave a comment as I would love to hear your thoughts.

13 Jan

Spaces & Places 2014

djclough / Video / / 1 Comment

How do you squeeze one year into under six minutes? Hmmmm, let me try….

Spaces & Places highlights the best moments of a truly fabulous 2014. The year started with a Nobuyuki Tsujii concert at Carnegie Hall and ended with a Garland Jeffreys concert at Joe’s Pub. In between the NYC bookend concerts,  a terrific year which saw the release of Homes Down East, an expanding client base, and work, which in addition to architectural photography, included food, art, and concert photography as well. See for yourself and enjoy the Spaces and Places of 2014.

HD and full screen is recommended.

Notes and Credits:

Artwork in video is by Dozier Bell and Ken Greenleaf.

Musicians photographed include Nobuyuki Tsujii, Billy Cobham, Donald Harrison, Ron Carter, and Garland Jeffreys.

Licensed audio through Vimeo (Dave Carter, Funny Is)

31 Dec


djclough / Video / / 1 Comment

From Blue Hill to Boston, Casco Bay to Rangeley…From cabins to churches  to concert halls…2013 was a remarkable year to remember.  I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to photograph the beautiful architecture that I did, and to capture the wonderful scenes along the way. Thank you to all who made the year what it was.

Here, then, a reflective montage of the year,  with a toast to the year to come!


Full screen is best