Get out there and enjoy the weekend.
In two weeks I’ll be a part of another one-night photography show focused on freight train graffiti, monikers, and the general culture of benching. The show is in Los Angeles, CA on November 10th and is being put on by the good folks at Load Limit. If you’re in the area, please stop by! I’ll have 10 medium format images on the walls. Here are a few leftovers that didn’t quite make the cut. Continue Reading →
One more pic from the Freedom Tunnel I just couldn’t hold onto any longer. Amtrak buzzed us while we were in there. I hid behind something and caught this as it went by.
The hassey version
Here is the film version of the photo I shot of Pete a while back. I originally went with the 5d one because I felt it went along better with the buildings in the background. Looking at the film version now, I’ve changed my mind. The film one is less poppy, and the building isn’t sharp, but I think the film captures action better.
I’ve been stashing shitloads of images I’m proud of lately with the hopes that I’ll publish some of them in a zine, or for a show. Because the zine idea has been most prevalent, I needed to hammer down a theme. Tonight, I finally figured out what I’d like to do. That’s given me some leeway to publish a handful of images on the internet that I’d been sitting on for some time. Here are 5 flicks from missions of yore. I hope you like them. Continue Reading →