Category Archives: Frank H. Jump

50/50 – A Century Between Us – Vincenzo Aiosa & Frank Jump Join AARP

Vincenzo Aiosa (March 16) & Frank H. Jump (March 12) @ Marriage Equality Rally in Jackson Heights, Queens

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Not Fade Away – Frank H. Jump – Produced & Directed by Jim Sayegh

a film produced and directed by Jim Sayegh

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Signs and vines weather and grow.
Brick, pigment, plant and lime-
Tenuously intertwined through time.
As paint degrades and image fades,
Soft tones evolve
From salmon pinks and jades-
Into sand and grime.

Frank H. Jump, Fading Ad Campaign

Highly skilled television director with wide-ranging experience • Multi-camera studio drama • Live, multi-camera news, talk, and lifestyle • Single camera location drama • Single camera news and sports features • Extensive special effects and post-production • Production and technical systems consultant • Control Room and post-production AD

Specialties

  • multi-camera studio directing, control room and post-production AD  – LinkedIn

Mr. Sayegh has a BA in Journalism from New York University and is currently an adjunct professor at Brooklyn College where he is completing his Masters in Fine Arts.

Forbes: Artist Power by Missy Sullivan -Best of The Web, 05.22.00

Photographer Frank Jump documents vintage ads on the sides of old New York buildings. He knows that little-known artists like himself need somewhere public to display their wares. They need dealers. Lotsa luck. While there’s no hard data, industry experts estimate that only about 5%-10% of artists nationally are represented by galleries. And those that are, regularly surrender 50%–or more–of the sales price.

Jump wasn’t exactly chased by dealers. So he took his stuff to the Internet. Log on to Frankjump.com, and you can see his work, e-mail him questions about it and buy it if it interests you.

“The site has acted as my press agent,” Jump says. It didn’t hurt that it was chosen as a Yahoo site of the week in early 1999. He’s now listed on nearly 80 search engines worldwide. – Missy Sullivan, Forbes Magazine

Obama Lied – Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell – Bob Kisken Editorial – Rachel Maddow Show

Lt. Colonel Victor Fehrenbach Discharged For Being Gay – Rachel Maddow Show

Caspar Star-Tribune – Bob Kisken Editorial Letter

Editor:

Lt. Col. Victor Fehrenbach has served 18 years in the Air Force. He is the recipient of at least 30 awards and decorations, including nine air medals, one of them for heroism, as well as campaign medals for Kosovo, Afghanistan and Iraq. He is now a flight instructor in Idaho.

The Air Force is about to discharge him because he is gay. What insanity.

Sen. Barry Goldwater had this to say years ago:

“After more than 50 years in the military and politics, I am still amazed to see how upset people can get over nothing. Lifting the ban on gays in the military isn’t exactly nothing, but it’s pretty damned close.

“Everyone know that gays have served honorably in the military since at least the time of Julius Caesar. They’ll be serving long after we’re all dead and buried. That should not surprise anyone.”

Too bad some of the people in Washington don’t have the sense Sen. Goldwater did.

ROBERT KISKEN, Glenrock

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Dismay Over Obama’s ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ Turnabout
By Mark Thompson / Washington – Tuesday, Jun. 09, 2009

Members of ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) demonstrate against the Defense Department's
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Members of ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) demonstrate against the Defense Department’s “Don’t ask, don’t tell” policy in front of a recruitment center in Times Square, New York City – TIME.COM

Frank H. Jump’s Fading Ads For Sale! @ Philip Hone Gallery – Honesdale, PA

Black & White Artist Prints

Black & White Artist Prints

Black & White Artist Prints

Black & White Artist Prints

Philip Hone Gallery Website

NYC LGBT Pride 1997 – Rosario Dawson & Uncle Frank

© Frank H. Jump

West Side Highway - Perry Street - Piers © Frank H. Jump

Vincenzo Aiosa, Willy Jump & Frank Jump – Gay Pride 1990

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Lady Deborah Moody House – Willy & Frank Jump Portrait Shoot for Netherlands National Archive

taken by assistant to photographer Richard Koek (van Heineken)

taken by assistant to photographer Richard Koek (van Heineken)

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

For more historical context on Gravesend-  see Kevin Walsh’s Forgotten-NY.

Happy Koninginnedag! Happy Queen’s Day! April 30th

Fading Ad Blog feature on Brooklyn Review « BRIC Community Media

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It’s My Party – Laurelton 1965

March 12, 1965 © Frank H. Jump

March 12, 1965 © Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Who are all of these white children?

Mimi Appears – Artist’s Print – Frank H. Jump

Mimi Appears 2003 - black & white gelatin print © Frank H. Jump

Mimi Appears 2003 - black & white gelatin print © Frank H. Jump

This is the first day I saw our cat Mimi. Vincenzo called her “a scrawnty thing.” I developed the negative and created this print while completing my first Masters degree in Education at Brooklyn College in 2003.

Portrait of Frank Jump taken by Joe Teti – ACT-UP 1988

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Joe Teti took a series of pictures of me on his roof a week before he died in his new apartment on Bank Street in Greenwich Village. The night he died, he said goodbye to me and apologized for not letting me stay longer. I said, “OK Joe, you have plans tonight. That’s cool.” He had tears in his eyes. As I was leaving a buddy of his was walking in. Apparently they shot up together and Joe died of an overdose. He had found out that week that his T-Cells were almost non-existent and his liver was failing. That year, I lost over 250 friends and acquintainces (ballpark figure). Joe Teti- I think of you often.

Eating @ Gemma – Bowery Hotel – Vincenzo, Rosario & Uncle Frank

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

John Kelly & Frank Jump – April 2003

John Kelly & Frank Jump © Frank H. Jump

John Kelly & Frank Jump © Frank H. Jump