Friday, August 5, 2011

Wired Magazine - for my Mum

A few months ago I had a fantastic opportunity to go to Mississippi and photograph a Jet Test Center for Burns and McDonnell; it was an absolutely fantastic project, with a truly unique feel to the interior. We posted it on our blog, put it into the portfolio and didn't think anything more of it. Then it wound up on (thanks Brent Anderson) and got about a thousand hits in 24 hours, which felt nice. Then the next week Wired Magazine called wanting to feature the photo. Ironically it was the UK's edition of Wired Magazine, so I got to translate for the mother country and even chatted with the writer, not knowing I would end up being quoted in the article.

Definitely a first, and my Mum finally got to see some of my work first hand.

Wired Magazine - UK


Kyle Rohde said...

Sweet, what a gorgeous shot and a cool bit of PR for you - congrats!

BTW, the Word Verification word I was given for this post is "prick" - is someone trying to tell me something?

Alistair Tutton Photography said...

Thanks Kyle - definitely a great fun place to see the work.

No comments on the word verification - it is apparently far more intuitive than we think it is.

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