- Robert Sarazin Blake — Workin’ The Crowd It had been a long time since I had seen...
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That when a photograph of you doesn’t look like you…
Published 11:00 am, 14 Dec 2014
I’m always interested when a photo of me doesn’t look like me. Robert said this to me when we were doing a rough edit of the images we had just finished shooting. I had been wanting to photograph him for a couple of years, but the timing was never right. I had had an idea […]
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Buddha Tree In The Mist Published In PanoBook 2014!
Published 11:00 am, 23 Nov 2014
I’m very proud to announce that a panoramic photo I shot in Laos earlier this year, Buddha Tree In The Mist, was one of the 150 panoramas selected out of 1677 submissions for publication in Kolor’s Panobook 2014. This panorama was shot as part of my upcoming series The Plain Of Jars. It was also the reward for $1000 […]
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Alex Timmermans’ Escape To Nature
Published 8:00 pm, 29 Oct 2014
My photographic interests are fairly broad, from modern digital all the way back to the antique or alternative processes. That’s why I was very happy to see this short video Escape To Nature about Alex Timmermans and his wet plate collodion photography. It was shot by Patrice Lesueur, and is beautiful in its own right. Take a look… If […]
Robert Sarazin Blake — Workin’ The Crowd
Published 10:45 am, 8 Oct 2014
It had been a long time since I had seen my old friend Robert Sarazin Blake play, and I hadn’t yet seen him with his new band The Put It All Down In A Letters. The band is tight and Robert is better than ever. His music used to be described as folk punk, but I always […]
RIP: Fred Branfman, And An Image In Your Name
Published 4:16 pm, 2 Oct 2014
I’ve been thinking a lot the last few days. Fred Branfman, a person who I consider a true American hero (and I do not use the term hero often—sadly it has become watered down from overuse—and misuse), passed away last week. And, in addition to the sadness I felt, I felt a pang of guilt. […]