Zac Buschmohle has been dabbling with digital photography for the past 11 years. In 2007, he plunged into the world of the digital SLR. Since then he has photographed street art, paintings, installations, and performance art events for several Seattle area artists. Recent work includes documenting the painting of a mural on 12th Ave S & S Jackson St for Jonathan Wakuda Fischer, and shooting the portraits of ten people interviewed for C. Davida Ingram's Seattle Design Festival project "DeTOUR." Having mastered the technical aspects of still photography, Zac has recently begun applying his expertise to videography. He shot video of Miko Kuro's Midnight Tea at the Northwest African American Museum, and at the PUSH New Media Festival.
During a Midnight Tea in Mumbai, the creativity of the artists and the guests combine to create a fleeting magical world. As videographer, Zac will archive what happens over the course of 12 hours. See more of his work here.