- scouting location for next polaroid shoot
- Elsa Dorfman is still shooting polaroids in 20 in x 24 in format
- the story behind bringing my already broken guitar to puerto rico (from sound to sight)
- I left my guitar in Puerto Rico
- home from a polaroid+surfing trip to ecuador that may lead to first documentary
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I came across this amazing abandoned factory in upstate NY. I hope to shoot there in the next few weeks. Sometimes clothes inspires a shoot,nature or a girl. This is the first time a particular building has been the inspiration. … Continue reading
This week she hit pause studios would like to give a shout out to someone keeping Polaroid and Film photography alive. There are only 6 cameras left in the whole world that shoot 20×24 instant Polaroids. One of them is … Continue reading
My broken guitar that I brought from Brooklyn to Puerto Rico. An attempt to make beauty from broken. New series of images+ stories coming in April/May.
The weight of film vs digital There is a heaviness that exists in each roll of film and in each image A rawness where there is no deleting and no turning back Once you hit the button, that’s it. There … Continue reading
My favorite surf artists(photographers) and surf books of the week Photography/Art-Leroy Grannis, Jeff Divine,Surf Girl Roxy,The Ultimate Collector’s guide to surfing postcards,Vintage Surfing (Jim Heimann), Books-Surfing and Health(Dorian Paskowitz) and Saltwater Buddha (Jamal Yogis)
Awesome song from one of my favorite singer/songwriters. So honest and simple that it’s genius. A little sad for this sunny day, though hopeful.
Just started listening to real estate. We are actually speaking to their “people” to help promote she hit pause studios.
I am home from an amazing trip to Costa Rica. Surfing, books, yoga, dusty roads, hammocks and incredible food (more on that in an upcoming post). Exactly what I needed. Took a ton of new polaroids and some pics with … Continue reading
I didn’t cry today and I was tested 100x. I now fly away on a solo trip to a surreal Costa Rica. Much deserved and needed.