Delighted to say Man on Bridge has launched. It’s been a long road and we’re knackered. Enjoy it, share it and add your own photo to the story of Arthur Fields!
Man On Bridge is set for launch on the 28th March!!! We really can’t wait to release the project to world. In advance of launch we have set up a Man On Bridge twitter and Facebook.
Do give them a like, a follow and help spread word about the project!
Man On Bridge,
Team El Zorrero
We are very much busy beavering away with Man On Bridge, our interactive documentary project about Arthur Fields, legendary street photographer. We’ve interviewed a lot of people and found such a beautiful story about a Dublin icon. Since winning the Arthur Guinness Projects, a lot of people have been in touch with photos and memories which has given us a lot of encouragement and helped give the project momentum. We hope to announce some exciting news in 2014, in the meantime do send in your photos….email firstname.lastname@example.org and for further updates like the Man on Bridge Facebook page.
We’re delighted to have come near the end of our first interactive documentary called Garbage Island. We’re very very close to finishing the project and it’s been a long time coming. The documentary meets the people who live on a man-made Garbage Island in the Maldives, an island created in part by the burgeoning tourism industry in the country. It couldn’t have been made without the help of a lot of friends, notably cinematographer JJ Rolfe and interactive designer Conor O’Boyle. So watch this space, we’ll be live in a few weeks!!!
Thanks to all your voting and the jury, Man on Bridge has successfully received funding from the Arthur Guinness Projects. Big whoop and thank you everyone for all your support!!!
We’re delighted and can’t wait to bring to life the story of Arthur Fields and the photos on hundreds of thousands of photos he took.
Follow the projects progress here or alternatively on twitter over at https://twitter.com/ManOnBridgeDoc
If you have a photo that you want included in the project, email it to email@example.com
Here’s a great action shot take by Arthur Fields. I’m guessing it was the 70s?
Voting for the Man on Bridge documentary project about Arthur closes this Friday and you can vote once a day. If you like this photo and would like see more please vote as often as you can here to help the project happen.
If you stand in one spot with a camera for over fifty years a few celebrities are bound to pass by.
Man on Bridge is an interactive documentary about Arthur Fields, a street photographer who captured an estimated 182,500 photos of passersby on O’Connell Bridge from the early 1930s until the mid 1980s. Man on Bridge has been entered into the Arthur Guinness Projects and if it receives enough votes it will be funded.
Above is a photograph by Arthur Fields of George Harrison of the Beatles as a child (left) with his Mother and brother.
If you’d like to learn more about Arthur and see more pictures like the one above then please vote to help ensure the project can happen. You can vote once a day so please vote as often as you can.
Pictured above is one of the tickets Arthur Fields used to give people after he photographed them on O’Connell Bridge.
We really need your vote in order to ensure that our interactive documentary about Arthur can be made.
Man On Bridgeis an interactive documentary about Arthur Fields, a street photographer who captured an estimated 182,500 photos of passersby on O’Connell Bridge from the early 1930s until 1985. The project is an entry in the Arthur Guinness Projects.
You can vote for Man on Bridge once a day so if you like the project please vote as often as you can.
The Man on Bridge project has been getting some great coverage including a piece in yesterday’s Irish Times (pictured above) and a mention on Ian Dempsey’s Breakfast Show yesterday.
The video has also been getting a hug amount of view which is great but what we really need is for people to vote for Man on Bridge on the Arthur Guinness Project website.
You can vote once a day so if you’d the project to be fully realised please vote as often as you can, thanks.
We’ve just entered our documentary Man On Bridge into the Arthur Guinness Projects and we need your vote!
Man On Bridge is an interactive documentary about Arthur Fields, a street photographer who captured an estimated 182,500 photos of passersby on O’Connell Bridge. Arthur was out in all weather with his camera 365 days a year for 50 years.
We are producing a web-based documentary that lets people learn about Arthur and allows them to submit their own Arthur Fields photo or Arthur Fields-inspired photo into the online story of the photographer.
You can give us a vote here: Man on Bridge at Arthur Guinness Projects
More detailed information about the Project