I'm in the Nevada desert this week doing a site visit for a new project. The guy with the long hair is Rontello, mastermind behind Nevada's biggest drumset. I think the rest is self explanatory.
A wild few days in mexico, some of it captured on film...
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I took these polaroids on New Years Day while hiking in Joshua Tree. It's crazy beautiful out there.
These high contrast photos, taken in La Balsa, Costa Rica, are the result of cross processing Fuji Velvia and pushing two stops.
I drove to New Orleans in December and took polaroids with my Land Camera along the way. Here are my photos in chronological order.
I took these polaroids with my Land Camera while riding my bike around New Orleans a few months after Katrina. The damage on the photographs is from keeping them in my pocket as I rode around, but I think I makes sense.
This is a world I stumbled into Friday night after a few drinks on the town with my friend Peter Zuspan (glad I had my camera). Looks a bit like my studio project.
Here are two photos I took with my Leica M5 while in LA. The first is deep in the Valley and the other on Santa Monica Blvd. The saturated colors come from cross processing Fuji Velvia slide film.
Kevin West, a friend, writer, and editor of W Magazine, drove me from Paris to Ronhamp because it was something that he thought we had to do. I wasn’t that interested for some reason or another, I think I wanted to go to Switzerland. I was wrong. These photos from my Land Camera don’t do it any bit of justice.