Making the most of the two weeks ahead, I'm scanning, resizing, dropping into PowerPoint, rearranging, etc, etc.... making sure I look professional when I make the scene at "Station A," as the Apple Store is called. "Station A" is an old post office on the corner of Prince & Greene Streets in SoHo. As Mark Holechek, neighbor and sometime client, reflected: "Hey! That was my post office when my office was on Broadway and Houston. Remember?"
Well, anyway, back to my story. Alex was getting bored with the nineteenth re-run of Sponge Bob Square Pants and he left the television to come over and see what I was doing. He caught me manipulating an image in Photoshop and (as if a lightbulb lit inside his head) started bugging me to show him how to use curves and adjustment layers. He's nine years old and already a digital guru (I continue to struggle!!).
I dragged him up on to my lap and we sat there together in my chair, using a third rate reject image as canon fodder for the myriad special effects we were trying..... and we came up with this. Hmmmm.