Jayesunn Krump, Vanished Twin Photography.

All things are, at their base, a system of components. Continents made of countries, made of states, made of cities, made of streets and houses and individuals.

Individual lives are, in turn, made of moments. Moments which exist, flux…and are gone.

Were it not for a special kind of magic invented in 1822, there would be almost no proof that such moments had existed at all.

Photography is an art, a science, a skill…and, perhaps most crucially, a tool for seeing things we would otherwise miss.

On Sunday’s Outlook Portland (Sunday at 6:30am, on NW32 TV), we’ll be joined by Mr. Jayesunn Krump. He is a musician, filmmaker, and, with his company Vanished Twin Photography, one of Portland’s foremost photographers. [Full disclosure: Vanished Twin Photography have taken a great many of my personal publicity photos over the years; they also took the iconic “Horns Across the Hawthorne” photograph.]

Horns Across the Hawthorne 11x17

Photo courtesy of Vanished Twin. Available for purchase at CafePress here.

We’ll talk about his own experiences in the photographic arts, as well as his perspectives on the changing business of photography. Finally, we’ll examine the role that Portland plays as an artistic subject and template.

Portland, as seen with a photographic eye — this Sunday on Outlook Portland.

The show will also feature another “Outlook Portland Editorial Reply”, brought to you by our marquee sponsor, Things From Another World. This week’s guest editorialist: Godzilla.

Outlook Portland
, Sunday at 6:30am, only on NW32 TV…the home of Gossip Girl, Melrose, and Rick Emerson.

NEXT WEEK: A Portland author, a religious scholar, a martial-arts expert, a Muslim, a Christian, and a graduate of BYU…and they’re all the same person. Mr. Nader Pourhassan will be our guest on June 6th’s Outlook Portland.

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