My dear friend Alex Hadjidakis just published his wet plate work from Japan and its so so good. 
Peep it here!

My dear friend Alex Hadjidakis just published his wet plate work from Japan and its so so good.

Peep it here!

So excited for a new project. The amazing weather brought along new inspiration and a dozen pointless Staten Island ferry rides to mull over this new direction and Im not complaining about it.

p.s. Post 500!

So excited for a new project. The amazing weather brought along new inspiration and a dozen pointless Staten Island ferry rides to mull over this new direction and Im not complaining about it.

p.s. Post 500!

An unclear path, 2013
Everything is so uncertain at this point. I just made the final move with all of my equipment and stuff to my apartment in Brooklyn and I feel that everything should be going great as I had been reporting to my friends back home…. but the negative energy just keeps following me.

An unclear path, 2013

Everything is so uncertain at this point. I just made the final move with all of my equipment and stuff to my apartment in Brooklyn and I feel that everything should be going great as I had been reporting to my friends back home…. but the negative energy just keeps following me.

Worked with Noah Kalina this week for a runway debut for En Noir.

I dont get it but it was cool.

The New City, Entry #6
Recently acquired two new books: Eggleston’s Guide and The Americans. I feel embarassed admitting how long it took me to actually grab a copy of these but its the truth. And with that said, it came with the realization of the overload of imagery I have forced myself upon in the last couple weeks so I have decided to pick up my 4x5 to slow down and start making portraits again.
Plus, I also recently acquired 250 sheets of Velvia (expired by 17 years but meh) so I am pretty eager to start tripoding around Brooklyn.
Anyone in New York want to let me make a couple portraits.

The New City, Entry #6

Recently acquired two new books: Eggleston’s Guide and The Americans. I feel embarassed admitting how long it took me to actually grab a copy of these but its the truth. And with that said, it came with the realization of the overload of imagery I have forced myself upon in the last couple weeks so I have decided to pick up my 4x5 to slow down and start making portraits again.

Plus, I also recently acquired 250 sheets of Velvia (expired by 17 years but meh) so I am pretty eager to start tripoding around Brooklyn.

Anyone in New York want to let me make a couple portraits.