Finally, a Dextination!
For the last few years I’ve been working on a series of photos of the people I photograph on stage at home with their pets. These photos are of Nick Wheeler from the All-American Rejects and the ever resplendent Dexter. Nick and I have been talking about taking these photos for a long time, but our constantly conflicting schedules made it difficult. That’s the reality of two...
Hidden Los Angeles
-Alex and Jessie at the Old LA Zoo in Griffith Park- Last night I went exploring with two friends at the abandoned zoo in Griffith Park here in the hustle and bustle of Los Angeles. I need to go to Griffith more regularly anyway, I forget that there’s a wilderness paradise in the middle of this metropolis that I call my adopted home. The current LA Zoo is there as well, and it’s...
The Value of Analog
-The All-American Rejects Pose with fans backstage. Shot on a 1959 Yashica-A with Kodak Portra VC.- Recently (as in yesterday), John Mayer blogged about his new found love affair with his Leica and learning how to do things in the photo land the manual way. This was how I learned, and so I reblogged his post and made a comment or two, and promised a blog wherein I posted some of my film stuff...
For the second night in a row I can’t sleep. My brain is running in about fifteen directions at once. I wouldn’t call any of it negative, some of it provokes further thought, some merely idle chatter that makes me giggle. However, it’s all happening at an hour during which I would hope to be asleep. So now I’m here, in my bed, in my room, in my house, in the dark -...