As you know, Zerothreetwo is all about showcasing wonderful people doing wonderful things. Usually we feature them on the website and give them a shoutout on social media. This time, we finally have the chance to showcase people outside of the internet world.
You can dance on stage in front of thousands of people. Or you can go outside, put on a tutu, walk to a public space, and just dance.
The world is your audience.
#24HourProject is the world’s largest street photography event, gathering street and documentary photographers from around the globe to share in real time as they document the human condition of their city.
Photographers share one photo per hour for twenty four hours.
When I first met Scott Pacaldo, he left a good impression.
It was a quiet afternoon inside a coffee shop. I had recently interviewed him about photography for a feature, but it was solely via email. This was going to be my first time to officially meet him. I knew he was a talented photographer. You can see that in his photos, but I didn’t realize that he was all about the photos.