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Category: Photography

Rat Bastard Behind the Scenes

Continuity Snaps June-ish 1997

Instagram Ahoy!

I’ve started a Mason Carver Instagram account, so you don’t have to wait for me to get around to posting pictures here. Give it a follow, won’t you: Mason on Instagram. There’s only one picture up there as of this moment, but give me a chance, okay? Geesh.

Musings on the eve of new Headshots

I don’t like headshots. I don’t like posing for them. I don’t like sorting through a billion them to find which the one or two to use. [That’s simpler now that I don’t have to decide on one or two to have mass produced, at least. Thanks, digital world!] I don’t enjoy most things about…
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Outpost Earth Available now!

It was a great weekend. New York City, good friends, good food, gender blind King Lear on Broadway. Come home to a callback for a commercial I auditioned for last week. Get back from the callback [which went well] on Monday, and what should be waiting for me, but… So, yeah. Great weekend. This movie…
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Creed II, March 2018

Now that the movie has opened, I don’t feel bad posting these photos I took on location last spring. Well, “spring.” It was a cold day, outside in North Philly. Luckily, it was supposed to be the Ukraine, with Drago and his son doing roadwork through the battered streets. There was ice on the ground…
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Glass, November 2017

Folks get very cranky about background actors taking photos on set, particularly with hush-hush projects–but pretty much any in this day of spoiler alerts galore. Can’t say I blame them. At the same time, there’s very little else to do when you’re on location, separated from your stuff. Actors bullshit and take pictures. Now that…
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Rehearsing All’s Well That Ends As You Like It for the Scranton Fringe Festival

Aging like a fine whine

Really, this is a test to see how posting stuff from my phone works. But, while I’m at at it, here’s a Throwback Thursday Then and Now. Cheers.

Throwback Thursday!

#TBT to the first family vacation I could find a photo from.