From day one, both child and parent are struggling to become their own person, yet the bond that ties them together is the strongest imaginable. It’s a livelong balance between hanging on and letting go. Like climbing in many ways. Kate explains it well in this piece we did for prAna.
Here are some stills from the video, which I shot over about a week in Atlanta, on the Panasonic AF-100 and Nikon lenses, as well as the new Panasonic AC-160. The interviews were lit with Westcott TD6 daylight banks, and the campus-board segments were lit with Lowell DP lights.
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