Before I headed inland to Xinjiang I spent about a month in Eastern China. I didn’t have a lot of film so I shot sparingly and without much clear direction.
Most of the news from Sudan is about the outlying provinces, Darfur, and the south, but the new Sudan can be seen in Khartoum. I traveled to Sudan for two months, making connections and exploring the story of Chinese money and influence in the country. In the end I felt those photos weren’t strong enough [...]
While digging through my archives I pulled out this old set of photos for a yearbook assignment. What you will see are photos from around the Western Kentucky University campus. This was the first time I used a tilt-shift lens checked out from our trusty photo department checkout. And a thanks to Melanie Blanding for [...]
I don’t get to fit humor into many of my photographs, but the bottom two are supposed to fit that bill. I really like these diptychs and triptychs of photos that I just happened to shoot beside each other. Next time I go out I think I’ll try to do them purposefully. With two or [...]
This is the first of three posts that I shot around South Florida on a disposable camera. Before I shot this photo I had pre-visualised those branches, I just remembered that it came from Christian Hansen’s “We stopped at perfect days” essay. I bought the high-end Kodak HD with flash. Each came with 27 pictures [...]
I’ll think of something to say about it soon enough. For now I just want to share these photos that I shot last month with Ed at The Breakers in West Palm Beach a few weeks ago. These were all shot on my Leica M6 with an older 35/1.4 lens and some Tri-X film. Now [...]
Anyone that has seen my twitter account has probably seen this picture already, but I finally got the film scanned in New York. This is one of those times that I put a lot of effort and ideas into an image and it comes out just as I envision it, but everyone I’ve shown it [...]
The first portrait was of a couple from France, I’m going to have to return and shoot a bunch more like this.= of the kitsch in the Florida Keys. I forgot the restaurant but it was on Deer Island Key, but there were dollar bills plastered around the walls and light that just sung. There [...]
The enclaves of Boca Raton, FL can play havoc on the mind. Thank you Liz.