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"We often take for granted our own American history. Think about it for a second, our country as we know isn’t even 250 years old. 300 years prior to our founding fathers inking the Constitution… the Italian Renaissance was just starting to percolate."
In House Photographer - Dan Sieg
April Featured Artist:
Rising Videographer: Jarrod Crooks
Up and coming film start Jarrod Crooks is our April Featured Artist. Saying he deserves a spot in the limelight is an understatement. He is a jack of all trades type when it comes to his work. Filming, producing, acting, script writing, and more - he has his hands in everything when it comes to the art of filmmaking.
Once again, The Fochs Hole had some time to catch up with Jarrod and ask him a few questions about what he does, why he does it, and what's next.
Click here to read the post!
Michigan Avenue - June 6th, 2015
Dodging crowds and snapping photos
Building a Collection takes time, effort, resources, and patience. Our Chicago Collection didn't just come together overnight. It evolved into what it is today over the course of a few years, it's own version of 'Then & Now' if you will. Today's post is about our popular Michigan Avenue image complete with some behind the scenes images to go with it. Click here to read our newest post about how this image came to be.
Our first trip to the Pacific Northwest
Portland, Oregon - Mt. Hood
Then & Now Art® moves into yet another region of the United States! Click here to read about our first trip to the Pacific Northwest and how we are turning the above image into our next masterpiece.The Northwest United States is absolutely magical. We've been meaning to get some shots for quite some time and what better place to start than Portland, Oregon with the infamous Mt. Hood looming in the background.
Our Commander-in-Chief - Jacob Sieg
For our first updated site blog post we decided to profile our lead man in charge and Head of Creative here at Then & Now Art®. Click here to read the post.
32 years of age and seemingly just now hitting his stride, Jacob Sieg is a talent like no other. Go ahead and click the photo above to read an exciting interview recently done by Brandon Fochs of The Fochs Hole.