Art & Fashion
Bringing his geology trilogy to a close Kurtis Hough returns to DN with ‘Painted Hills’ - a sculptural and painterly look at the geometry of geology.
We talk to Director Kurtis Hough about his epic 15 minute B&W experimental film 'To See More Light', which combines cosmic geometric animations, time lapse
Take a dizzying dream walk into the trees illuminated by light with Kurtis Hough in The Path
From the recently returned DN podcast guest, Kurtis Hough comes Toyland, a festive technicolor dreamland from The Ocean Floor.
Art & Fashion, Documentary, Podcasts
Kurtis Hough’s approach to filmmaking may best be described as the ‘patient experimental cinema of nature’. He makes his third appearance on
Art & Fashion, Documentary
Long term DN friend and accomplished filmmaker Kurtis Hough seems incapable of taking a break from creating (something we’ll be talking to him about in
We’ve long known that our friend Kurtis Hough likes to push things to their limits in his experimental filmmaking, but it seems this time Kurt got pushed
Last month I posted Kurtis Hough’s piece Bed of Moss, a contemplative film shot amidst the rich mossy nature of Oregon. As I mentioned back then, Kurt
We’ve been following the work of filmmaker, photographer and artist Kurtis Hough for nearly as long as DN’s been running and in that time
Kurtis Hough’s work has always contained strong elements of nature. Whether it’s his paintings and photography, his nature documentary re-edit
I’ve been following the work of filmmaker Kurtis Hough every since we were fortunate enough to have him on the show with his A Silver Mt. Zion inspired
Sometimes when I get really lucky, a director whose work we’ve featured will stick around once the interview dust has settled and become a firm friend
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