fred hatt

photo/video

nyc based digital media for the arts

 

photography of artwork

paintings and 2d artwork

sculpture and design

videos of sculpture and drawing

 

performance capture

aerial dance

photography of live performance

dance films

video of live performance

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headshots and commercial portraits

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elements and natural forms

magical light

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shapes against the sky

visual cacophony

films about nature and the city

 

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Documentation of live performance events before an audience.

Edited excerpts from performances by the improvisation performance collective Antititled Dialogues, recorded at Ran Tea House, Brooklyn, NY. Coordinators of the collective are Dai Jian, Kristin Hatleberg, Elise Knudson, Rebeca Medina, and Ophra Wolf.

by Agua Dulce Dance Theater. Choreographed and performed by Alicia Díaz and Matthew Thornton, with vocalists José Joaquín García and Leah Thornton, and accompanist Jonathan Hardy. Music by Cohen, Pirela, Watts. From the program “Urban Conversations: City as Choreographer”, curated by Jane Gabriels at Danspace Project at St. Mark’s Church, NYC.

Kuan dances a tribute for Spring Studio's 20th Anniversary Celebration. The dance is based on 20 poses Kuan created as a model at the studio, celebrating 20 years of seven-days-a-week, year-round figure drawing at Minerva Durham’s Spring Studio in New York's SoHo district.

An edited version of a live site specific performance presented by Pepatian and BAAD!/Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance. Produced by Pepatian in collaboration with participating artists. Project Initiated and Organized by Jane Gabriels. Performed and Created by Agua Dulce Dance Theatre (Alicia Díaz and Matthew Thornton) and Catch Me Dance Project (Marion Ramírez and JungWoong Kim) with multi-media artist Hatuey Ramos Fermín, filmed and edited by Fred Hatt.