One of the frustrating parts of film production is that there are little opportunities for immediate feedback. Often images you shoot aren’t viewable by others until weeks or months after they were created. These images are from the past few months and still very much under wraps.
That’s Mr. Pollard to you. Me and Jason have been friends and brothers in film for going on a decade now. But I always tease him because he doesn’t remember when we first met — a good 7 years before that back when he was a goofy 17-year-old and I was a goofy 18-year-old. Now […]
Thursday was a good one for shooting portraits of “L” people at the office. Liz needed a grown-up photo for an upcoming book show and asked if I’d take one — which I did, in exchange for beer. Later that day, Logan stopped by and the afternoon light was just too much to pass up. […]
Allison Caviness is the most stylish person I know. You’ll never know, but we were standing on a table when these were shot.
Having a camera is like having a passport. It’s an excuse to look at things, and sometimes to be invited into people’s lives. Here are two fun shots from the last month. G-Go is a young rapper and producer from Brooklyn. We met on the train and talked for a second about my camera before […]
A few days ago I partnered up with my friend in lenses Ari Joseph and headed out to Richmond Hill, the neighborhood with the highest Sikh population in New York. The adventures unfolded from there. More pics and video we shot now appear on the blog Untapped New York, but these are from my personal […]