P2 Photography featured on aphotoeditor.com (INTERVIEWS P2PHOTOGRAPHY TAIGA_CREATIVE)

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P2 Photography featured on aphotoeditor.com

By Meredith Bless

Today I woke up to an email notification in the form of an interview, which I wholeheartedly knew was coming, yet somehow had lost track of what day today was! Jon Held and Jenna Close of P2 Photography are featured on  aphotoeditor.com, The Art of the Personal Project, interviewed by weekly contributor Suzanne Sease.

P2 Photography break down their ongoing project, Buck the Cubicle, from concept to completion. Currently they have 2 installations of the project featured in the interview and starting today are shooting their 3rd at the original IceHotel in Jukkasjarvi, Sweden.

“This project is intended to be episodic, so we want to build a following that comes along for the ride as it unfolds.” -Jenna Close, P2 Photography

You can find the entire interview at: http://aphotoeditor.com/2016/03/03/the-art-of-the-personal-project-p2-photography/

Here are a few images featured in the interview.

Bruce Gardner, the second subject in the Buck the Cubicle series, makes Hikaru Dorodango. Hikaru Dorodango is a Japanese art form that translates as “Shiny Dumplings”. It involves making a ball of dirt and covering it with finer and finer particles until it shines.

Bruce Gardner, the second subject in the Buck the Cubicle series, makes Hikaru Dorodango. Hikaru Dorodango is a Japanese art form that translates as “Shiny Dumplings”. It involves making a ball of dirt and covering it with finer and finer particles until it shines.

Bruce Gardner, the second subject in the Buck the Cubicle series, makes Hikaru Dorodango. Hikaru Dorodango is a Japanese art form that translates as “Shiny Dumplings”. It involves making a ball of dirt and covering it with finer and finer particles until it shines.

Bruce Gardner, the second subject in the Buck the Cubicle series, makes Hikaru Dorodango. Hikaru Dorodango is a Japanese art form that translates as “Shiny Dumplings”. It involves making a ball of dirt and covering it with finer and finer particles until it shines.

Bruce Gardner, the second subject in the Buck the Cubicle series, makes Hikaru Dorodango. Hikaru Dorodango is a Japanese art form that translates as “Shiny Dumplings”. It involves making a ball of dirt and covering it with finer and finer particles until it shines.

Bruce Gardner, the second subject in the Buck the Cubicle series, makes Hikaru Dorodango. Hikaru Dorodango is a Japanese art form that translates as “Shiny Dumplings”. It involves making a ball of dirt and covering it with finer and finer particles until it shines.

Buck the Cubicle is an ongoing series featuring people who aren't afraid to get out, get dirty and find inspiration in all manner of offbeat occupations. The first subject in the series is Derek McDonald, a metal sculptor and welder.

Buck the Cubicle is an ongoing series featuring people who aren’t afraid to get out, get dirty and find inspiration in all manner of offbeat occupations. The first subject in the series is Derek McDonald, a metal sculptor and welder.

Buck the Cubicle is an ongoing series featuring people who aren't afraid to get out, get dirty and find inspiration in all manner of offbeat occupations. The first subject in the series is Derek McDonald, a metal sculptor and welder.

Buck the Cubicle is an ongoing series featuring people who aren’t afraid to get out, get dirty and find inspiration in all manner of offbeat occupations. The first subject in the series is Derek McDonald, a metal sculptor and welder.

Buck the Cubicle is an ongoing series featuring people who aren't afraid to get out, get dirty and find inspiration in all manner of offbeat occupations. The first subject in the series is Derek McDonald, a metal sculptor and welder.

Buck the Cubicle is an ongoing series featuring people who aren’t afraid to get out, get dirty and find inspiration in all manner of offbeat occupations. The first subject in the series is Derek McDonald, a metal sculptor and welder.

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