A month ago I visited some friends in Sacramento and visited the Crocker Art Museum with a friend of mine. We had been friends a long while but over the … Continue reading [Blogtober] [Photography]- “The Fate of All Young Men”
This was taken with a Canon Rebel also from the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. It’s called “Audience Wanted” for obvious reasons. I think we seek symmetry when we pursue balance. … Continue reading Day 25 [Photography] Audience Wanted
This was taken with a Canon Rebel in the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento. I was there about a month ago to basically feel out how I felt about living … Continue reading Day 22 [Photography]: “The Totem”
Shot way too late at night with a Canon Rebel. The model is a my friend Elle from the band Angel Sap. I really want to do a less improvised … Continue reading Day 21 [Photography]: “A Moment Of Calm”
The title of the book should be determined with the cover art in mind.
I took this at an event called Alleywave in Fresno, CA. The fire breather was accompanied by a fire dancer and were putting on a really good show–so I … Continue reading [Day 6][Photography]: “Fire Breather”
Today’s entry is the cover art for an open letter to my first-love, because The misery of the first two days finally paid off. Both My creativity and productivity went up … Continue reading [Day 4][ART]: “The Bridge We Share”
The photographer, to me, is a fly that gets invited into a party. A body that’s ready to act on its intuition for storytelling and is always watching the emergence and disappearance … Continue reading The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Motion.”
To me, holding a camera feels like searching for a reminder of those real and metaphysical places that you pass by like a passenger. Because it’s not nylon that holds the camera to my body, it’s nostalgia. It’s that sweet pain that comes before the shutter closes on a flooded river, and reminds you of a place eight thousand two hundred and fourteen miles away.
Photography and cinematography are two things that I do not do enough of, and what I miss about it the most are the shadows. Where light gives clarity the shadows … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Shadowed