“Out To Lunch…”


20110814_6730nikcweb Out to lunch yes, but not out on the water. However it was with my friend MAC – who above is off Cedar Key, on the Gulf of Mexico, working on a clam lease. When she is not doing that, she is an artist/graphic designer.Well, sometimes she is both. 20111120_8444webThis time we met strictly for the pleasure of having lunch. We had not seen each other for a while and had a chance to talk about old movies and the usual subject of how to get one’s work ‘out there.’ I had just come across a couple of interesting blog posts. One by Brooks Jensen where he talks about Segmentation Is the New Reality, asking: ‘How many segments of the potential audience for your wonderful work are you willing to ignore?’ And one about ‘…promoting one’s fine art…’ on the APE’s blog.

Before MAC shoved off to confer with potential clients, I did get in a pitch for two of my favorite movies, Rififi and Blue with Juliet Binoche.

The important lesson learned, get together with your friends for lunch or coffee as often as you can!

About christian harkness

Photographer and printmaker; living and working in north Florida.
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4 Responses to “Out To Lunch…”

  1. Nice pictures and atmosphere. Also reminded me how good “Rififi” is:)

  2. simon0252 says:

    Great to see more photos of WaterWomen – a superb series. Interesting podcast from Brooks Jensen. I have my website, blog and Flickr but will endeavour to find other platforms and hopefully increase my audience!

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