People often ask me what kind of cameras I shoot with. Over the years, I have been through bazillions of different cameras in search of just the right je ne sais quoi. The right camera should feel like a partner in crime, a constant companion, and a trusty tool. Basically, it should successfully translate—or at least mimic—the way […]
I need a new dream because I fulfilled a long-standing one, right at the top of ye olde bucket list. To go to Iceland, stand on its moss, rub the noses of its ponies, gaze at its glaciers, be wine-drunk somewhere where 4am looks like late-afternoon. I guess it all started somewhere in my teens, with […]
This last photo is of Dolly, a 90-year-old woman that Emily and I met on the sidewalk in Breezy Point. She invited us into her home for two hours, gave us fruit cups, and told us all about growing up in New York in the 40s, 50s, 60s. She told Emily to trim her split ends […]
It’s slightly ironic that the past two weekends—arguably the nicest, weather-wise, the entire time I’ve lived here—I’ve been out of town, considering my past personal dredges of Seasonal Affective Disorder that begged for 78 degree days. But it was worth it, because I got to stuff the above creation into my face (a salted caramel […]
Do I really hate cats? Probably not. But I can tell you one thing; I don’t fit in with serious cat people. I went to New York’s first cat café for VICE and interviewed happy kitty lovers who stood in the rain for 5 hours so that they could pet cats … but never visit animal […]
assorted photos taken between 2007 and the present in the following places: Austin, TX; Niland, CA; Bombay Beach, CA; Shaver Lake, CA; San Francisco, CA; El Centro, CA; Alamogordo, NM; Los Angeles, CA; Half Moon Bay, CA; Grand Canyon, AZ; Monticello, NY; Bakersfield, CA; and London, UK.
misc. polaroids from: the hamptons, palm springs, hollywood forever cemetery, “the valley,” and our apartment in los angeles.