|Production still from the shoot.|
The assignment given to the class was to create a single photograph in the style of art photographer Gregory Crewdson whose often surreal photograophs are elaborately staged depictions of American homes and neighborhoods.
His work, which can sell for over $100,000 per image, involves a large crew, and complex elements that are intricately staged and lit.
To emulate his style the class chose the cafe and the concept of a zombies attack in this year's attempt at 'The Crewdson Shoot', that all first year students undertake.
The survivors are holed up in a cafe and the zombies are trying to break in the front door.
Looks like a Class A 50's Z-Movie to us and we can't wait to see the results.
See the full story at West the Seattle Herald.