untitled - Kyle Thompson
Ill have all domestic (US) orders of my book sent out by tomorrow! International orders will have to wait until I receive customs envelopes from USPS, but will be out as soon as possible, thanks again every one!
My books have arrived! I’m really excited about it. I have 1200 of them right now, I’m working on sending out preorders/kickstarter orders, and should have those sent within a week. You can order it here:
More information of them on my site, it will probably take at least a week before I can send out all the orders though, thanks!
a few candids from last month
I’ve been thinking a lot about what I want to do in the future lately. I’m moving to Portland this summer (I’m in Eugene right now, I’ll be posting a lot about it when it happens, so if you live in the area, maybe hit me up). I think I’ll stay there for a year and then move to NYC for a while. I just can’t stay in one place for too long.
I’m planning things that are too big for myself right now. I’ve been working on this movie idea a lot lately. I’ve been planning it for the last three years, and I want to shoot it around five years from now. It would be a feature film, and it is basically a metaphorical version of my late teen years. I feel like it fits with my style perfectly. I’m really happy with what I have so far, but the idea of actually making it is really daunting.
When I’m in NYC (or maybe sooner) I want to start assisting on some film sets so I can learn more about the process. And in the mean time, I’m planning out some short films, but even those are daunting and a lot of work. But I figure if I make a few short films a year it would help a lot. I love photography, and I don’t plan on stopping ever, but I really want to add more to the process, and I think filmmaking would be a great next step. The ideas I have definitely relate to my images a lot, and I’ve been making and posting a lot of images lately that I imagine as being a scene from a movie that never existed.
I have a big series I want to work on, but I can’t start until I’m in portland. Something with a lot of set building, and a wider variety of models and scenery. My mood has been all over the place, but I think it always is. I’ve worked really hard my whole life to get into a stable situation mentally, where I’m not always worried, or stressed out, or depressed. But I’ve been doing good the last couple years and it’s just a process.