Clark James Mishler
The Three Minute Portrait.
Started on the first day of January, 2010, I have produced at least one portrait each day since. The average time for each portrait is 3 minutes. Here are the results.

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Posted in Portrait a day by admin on November 4th, 2013

Stacy Schitz Reece and her four month old son, Jack, South Addition, Anchorage (Clark James Mishler)

3:30 PM, Sunday, November 3, 2013.  “Jack and I are on our way to the Rose Garden where we always find someone interesting.”  -Stacy Schmitz Reece and her four month old son, Jack, South Addition, Anchorage.

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 (Clark James Mishler)

5 PM, Saturday, November 2, 2013.  “Malletheads” Gary and Kathy Peterson take a break from their 2.5 hour game of croquet with their friends at the Rose Garden at the west end of the Delaney Park Strip, Anchorage.  “We play croquet all summer and have played with the same group of friends for many years.  It’s November, and we are still playing!”

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Brian Adams' art opening, Alaska Federation of Natives, Anchorage (Clark James Mishler)

6:30 PM, Friday, November 1, 2013.  Brian Adams’ photographic exhibition opening and “I am Alaskan” book signing at the Alaska Federation of Natives in downtown Anchorage.

 

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6 PM, Thursday, October 31, 2013.  Three year old ix as the Disney character “Brave” on Halloween night, South Addition, Anchorage.

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Paul Melchert (8) with his dog, snow, Anchorage (Clark James Mishler)

3:30 PM, Wednesday, October 30, 2013.  Neighbor Paul Melchert (8) with his dog, snow, South Addition, Anchorage.

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Posted in Portrait a day by admin on November 3rd, 2013

Anita naps at Seatac International Airport (Clark James Mishler)

3:15 PM, Tuesday, October 29, 2013.  Anita naps at Sea Tac International Airport, Seattle.

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Redwing, Minnesota (Clark James Mishler)

4:30 PM, Monday, October 28, 2013.  Alley at the Red Wing Confectionery, Red Wing, MN.

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Posted in Portrait a day by admin on November 3rd, 2013

Miles Green, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Clark James Mishler)

11:30 AM, Sunday, October 27, 2013.  Quannah and her son Miles, Minneapolis, MN.

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Fund Raising Consultant Robie Wayne, Minneapolis, Minnesota (Clark James Mishler)

4:30 PM, Saturday, October 26, 2013.  “The most important thing in my life is to make my wife happy.”  -Fund Raising Consultant Robie Wayne, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

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Kristina Perkovic and her daughter Channel at the Detroit Metro Airport, Michigan (Clark James Mishler)

10:15 AM, Friday, October 25, 2013.  “…my mother and I are the best of friends. She had me at a young age so we are more like best friends than mother and daughter. We laugh and joke and I know I can trust her with absolutely anything so we stay very close. Best part is we even get to share clothes with one another, I’m even wearing her jacket!”  -Channel Perkovic with her mother, Kristina, at Detroit Metro Airport.

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Kate Albert at the Felix Cafe, Ann Arbor, Michigan (Clark James Mishler)

7:30 PM, October 24, 2013.  “I love what I do and there are some great opportunities, but I would also love to  have a family.”  -Liquor sales representative Kate Albert at the Felix Cafe, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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Rose at the Masonic Pathways Senior Housing, Alma, Michigan (Clark James Mishler)

1:30 PM, October 23, 2013.  Rose has her hair done every other week at the Masonic Pathways Senior Housing, Alma, Michigan.

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Louise Sinclair and member of the Red Hat Society at the Masonic Pathways Senior Housing, Alma, Michigan (Clark James Mishler)

2 PM, Tuesday, October 22, 2013.  “They wanted me to come to their meeting but I didn’t have a red hat.  So, they found one for me.”  -Louise Sinclair at a meeting of the “Red Hat Society” at the Masonic Pathways Senior Housing, Alma, Michigan.

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California fertalizer saleman Greg Pylman, at Oklahoma City's Will Rogers International airport (Clark James Mishler)

4:30 PM, Monday, October 21, 2013.  California fertilizer salesman Greg Pylman, at Oklahoma City’s Will Rogers International airport after attending his aunt’s 100th birthday party.

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Oklahoma (Clark James Mishler)

5:30 PM, October 20, 2013.  Amy in her back yard, Enid, Oklahoma.

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Oklahoma (Clark James Mishler)

4:30 PM, Saturday, October 19, 2013.  “I just bought this VW Camper from the original owner in Norman.  It has a brand new engine”.  -Fred and Sony Brooks on a camping trip near Edmond, Oklahoma.

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Mitzi with pumpkins, Edmond, OK. (Clark James Mishler)

5 PM, Saturday, October 18, 2013.  Mitzi with local pumpkins, Edmond, Oklahoma.

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Gilbert Young, Edmond, Oklahoma  1400 Salem Ave. 73003 (Clark James Mishler)

4:30 PM, October 17, 2013.  “We let a young lady store some of her stuff in our garage some months ago.  It has gotten a little out of hand.”  -Gilbert Young, Edmond, Oklahoma

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Film/video student Savanah Fitzsimmons at Sprouts Grocery, Edmonds, Oklahoma (Clark James Mishler)

12:30 PM, Wednesday, October 16, 2013.  “I went to school in Edmond where  everyone is very focused on money, materials, and god.  There are a lot of pretty terrible and close minded people in this state… I’m not ready to give up on this place just yet…it needs all the love it can get right now.”  -Film/video student Savanah Fitzsimmons at Sprouts Grocery, Edmond, Oklahoma.

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Denisa Hermann, Romanian "American Studies" student, Sea-Tac Airport (Clark James Mishler)

12 PM, Tuesday, October 15, 2013.  Denisa Hermann, Romanian “American Studies” student, Sea-Tac Airport.  After I photographed Denisa, I sent her an email asking her about her choice of studies and the following is what she sent me:

I chose American Studies because I am fascinated about the idea of diversity and multiculturalism. I love studying cultures and I thought America is one of the best places where I can study them. Actually I ended up studying how a culture melts its own insight features in the big pot of “pursuing happiness”. But I’m not disappointed. Actually it’s even more interesting to see what a certain culture is willing to give up or to keep when dealing with the New World it entered. I’m on my 3rd and last year of University and this study will be my final project. I still have a long way to go until I will finish my work. I also like Japan a lot and I’m learning Japanese. That’s because studying two extremities, Japan and America, the very east and the very west, the sunrise and the sunset, helps me realize where is the boundary between old and new, tradition and modernity. Japan is another fascinating culture where the metamorphose of cultural change happened so fast. This world is wonderful without boundaries and I love globalization. No boundaries between colors would be my quote (it also matches with what I wear). I don’t know what to say about America in general because the entire summer I was in Seattle and that’s just one piece of the great puzzle named America. But I can say I loved that place. Freedom to be yourself that’s one of the best rights I had there. I’m usually eccentric and in my country I have to struggle a little bit in order to have this freedom. But in Seattle I didn’t have to struggle at all. Hope I can go back one day.

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