Ben Robison for Stanford Medicine

Portraits for Tracie White’s story about the role of art in medicine.

“Ben Robison, a medical student and professional violinist, is collaborating with a painter-physician on a website and tour that enables health care workers to make and interact with art.”

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In Print

For Stanford Medicine Magazine, the opening spread for a story about Dr. Emmanuel Mignot and his narcoleptic Chihuahua, Watson.

A doctor and his Chihuahua make explaining narcolepsy look elementary

By Becky Bach

Photography by Lenny Gonzalez

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Recent Work – Christina Stanley

Musician and Composer, Christina Stanley, needed some portraits for PR and a possible album cover. We talked about how she loved old movies, psychological thrillers like All About Eve and Vertigo. In some of her work she uses electronic sounds via Max/MSP. I pitched the idea of projecting  film stills and Max/MSP screens over her. I’m so happy she went for it. We went for a non-literal approach. The projected images were texture just as much as they were content.

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