Blog - Nathaniel Harrington

Saturday, January 31, 2009

New Chapter

So this is my last night in my first apartment. Pretty much all my stuff is packed in plastic totes, waiting to be put in a garage attic till I some day return to fetch it. Its a new chapter of the story, the next page in my life. I could not be more optimistic or excited about it. I have made it through the last 6 months without too much chaos. Me and bunner had a great time here! He is the best roommate i could have ever asked for, in this 1 bedroom apartment with 25 room names. I will miss the internet/small couch/dinning room/table/fan room, which is connected to the in-between the big couch room/living room/nate's bedroom/hallway room. Its complicated. Anyways, Bunner has gone on to school, and i am going on a road trip starting Monday. He now lives in up-town, I no longer have a home. For the both of us I can only hope for the best. I know it will be great. He has a lot of talent, after all, he is the Bunner, and I have a lot of dreams to accomplish. So whatever happens in the next few days, weeks, years; I pray that God directs the both of us to Him. That He uses us to perfect His majesty and glory, and awesome designs in creating both of us. I feel like my adventure is just about to begin, and i really hope it is! Pray for both of us as we do go.

I'm going from here,
Back to here!

Monday, January 19, 2009


Jordan Michilot


Summer Night

Austin Youngs Dash

Memory of a Friend

I was going through some of my scanned images on my computer. I ran across these and decided to show them too you. They are some of my favorite poloroids that i have taken in the past.


Monday, January 5, 2009

“This photo changed my life” -Trevor Graves

Trevor came in this morning with this classic Grant Brittian print of Chris Miller. Immediately it caught my eye, I went over to TG and asked what was up with the shot. “This photo changed my life.” is what he says to me. ” You know when you draw an image over and over? It’s like an album cover you really like or something, I must have drawn this image over 100 times.” I was a bit stunned staring at this photo while listening to TG go on like like a schoolgirl about this photo. This image inspired Trevor graves to pick up a camera, which in turn TG created images that inspired a myriad of shred photogs to do the same (raises hand). It kind of blew my mind for a split second knowing that if Grant never took this photo or if TG never saw this, I and many other photographers may not be doing what we’re doing now. Which makes me realize that inspiring creativity is much more rewarding than dollars and cents, make sense? Heavy stuff, right? Go check out Grants site, see if you can catch the inspiration bug yourself.

I just read this and was thinking to myself that i am one of those shred photogers that is every day inspired by the work of Grant and even more by TG! Awesome stuff here!

Below. Pic of tg and one of his pieces that inspires me daily!