Grid View info Add Remove In 2009, Laura Brunow Miner curated a group of artists to spend a weekend camping and collaborating at China Camp State Park just north of San Francisco. Our first year at Phoot Camp, most were strangers, jumping right into this tableau proved to be a great ice breaking tradition that continued throughout. info Add Remove In 2010, we ended up renting a house in Calabasas, California. Momentum from the year prior brought new members through an application process. Collaborating this time with Lauren Randolph, we asked everyone to come dressed as their favorite teenage cliché, the story being a high school party that gets thrown when the parents leave town. info Add Remove Part two of the same Phoot brings us to the aftermath the next morning. Each camper took a break in the middle of their own projects to join us for a quick nap. info Add Remove Year three of Phoot Camp, 2011, lands us in Marfa, Texas for a hootenanny at the local church. This one had campers meeting in S.F., L.A., El Paso, and Austin before road tripping to our destination in various motorhomes and vans. info Add Remove The Ashokan Retreat Center in Olivebridge, New York hosted one of the most successful Phoot Camps to date. Teaming up again with Lauren Randolph, we took inspiration from Wet Hot American Summer and again were blessed with the whole crew's enthusiasm for bringing their role to life. Assistant Director Chad Nicholson, seen taking one for the team off the tip of the canoe, also proved invaluable for making it all come together. info Add Remove Even though Phoot Camp is on a permanent hiatus, the family remains strong and smaller groups still meet up constantly all around the world. This one took place at Martha's Vineyard, Massachussetts in 2017 with Moo-Moos tying us all together again.