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.

Portrait 365/231

Posted in Portrait a day by admin on September 9th, 2017

"I got my nose pearced today...I'm not sure I did the right thing."  -Briar Arn at Cafe Crush in Anchorage, Alaska. (Clark James Mishler)

3:42 PM, Saturday, August 19, 2017.  “I got my nose pierced today…I’m not sure I did the right thing.” -Briar Arn at Cafe Crush in Anchorage, Alaska.

Portrait 365/230

Posted in Portrait a day by admin on September 9th, 2017

"We've always wanted to fix this place up...but it's a slow process."  -Brothers George and David Freeman stand in front of their home in Anchorage, Alaska. (Clark James Mishler)

11:35 AM, Friday, August 18, 2017.  “We’ve always wanted to fix this place up…but it’s a slow process.” -Brothers George and David Freeman stand in front of their home in Anchorage, Alaska.

Portrait 365/229

Posted in Portrait a day by admin on September 9th, 2017

"I'm heading off for college tonight.  I have a bit of anxiety.  Time management is my biggest worry."  -Brittany Vo on her last day of work at Middleway Cafe in Anchorage, Alaska (Clark James Mishler)

2:15 PM, Thursday, August 17, 2017.  “I’m heading off for college tonight.  I have a bit of anxiety.  Time management is not my best asset.”  -Brittany Vo on her last day of work at Middleway Cafe in Anchorage, Alaska

Portrait 365/228

Posted in Portrait a day by admin on September 9th, 2017

Arriving and departing travelers navigate passenger ramps at SeaTac International Airport. (Clark James Mishler)

3:57 PM, Wednesday, August 16, 2017.  Arriving and departing travelers navigate passenger ramps at Seattle Tacoma International Airport.

Portrait 365/227

Posted in Portrait a day by admin on September 9th, 2017

"I've been here one year.  I love working here...I like the people...they're all so helpful.  Some day, I want to be a marine biologist, and not taking orders for pizza."  -Sixteen year old Thomas Diez works the evening shift at Pacific Pizza in Benicia, California. (Clark James Mishler)

8:30 PM, Tuesday, August 15, 2017.  “I’ve been here one year.  I love working here…I like the people…they’re all so helpful.  Some day, I want to be a marine biologist, and not taking orders for pizza.”  -Sixteen year old Thomas Diez works the evening shift at Pacific Pizza in Benicia, California.