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FOOD, FOOD, FOOD

Dec 28, 2014 | No Comments
FOOD, FOOD, FOOD

Most events are the result of a chain reaction. A series of events leading up to a single event – which is itself, a single event which will lead directly, indirectly, and seemingly impossibly towards some other completely unknown future event. It’s physics, it’s geometry, it’s stardust.

HYPNOTIC PIES

Dec 1, 2014 | No Comments
HYPNOTIC PIES

Gluten free and Vegan?! A few years ago that would sound to me like a really boring dinner. But once again we grow, we learn, and we meet amazing people who take  our pre-concieved notions and crush them under their knowledge and wisdom boots. Cara at Fork and Beans is one of those people quietly […]

WHOLE FOODS

Jun 11, 2014 | No Comments
WHOLE FOODS

You never know where things will lead or how long anything will last. It’s the great unknown on the other side of the freelance see-saw. I have begun working with the wonderful and talented people in the Whole Food’s media department. These are the same folks behind the jaw dropping Dark Rye – if you haven’t seen […]

INDIA COMES ALIVE

Feb 10, 2014 | No Comments
INDIA COMES ALIVE

Back in November I spent a few weeks amongst the throngs of Mumbai while shooting a commercial for the Bollywood music streaming service Saavn. I made a lot of new friends, learned zero words in yet another language, and bought some trinkets. All in all, it was a really fantastic experience and the spot came out […]

YOSEMITE WINTER

Feb 4, 2014 | No Comments
YOSEMITE WINTER

If you live in Southern California and have never been to Yosemite National Park, you should drop everything immediately, get in your car and drive the four and a half hours up north. Until recently, I was one of those fools who thought that Yosemite was upwards of ten hours hours away and not really […]

THE OTHER WWF

Jan 20, 2014 | No Comments
THE OTHER WWF

Sometime, amongst the flurry of work that was the summer and fall of ’13, I shot a series of PSAs for the WWF. No, not that WWF! This was for the World Wildlife Fund. And while we were all a little disappointed not to be working with The Hulkster or Macho Man Randy Savage we […]

SO LONG, YOU

Jan 12, 2014 | No Comments
SO LONG, YOU

There was a time when I was in school, staring at the blank white walls and the concrete floor of the photo stage wondering how I was going to make something out of nothing. I seem now to have made a career out of that magic trick. And while it is not always turning water […]

MT. COMPULSION

Dec 19, 2013 | No Comments
MT. COMPULSION

There are certain words whose meanings cannot fully be understood until you actually see their very definition in the flesh. I’m not totally sure which word Leonard Knight’s Salvation Mountain is the definition of: passion, compulsion, devotion, commitment, dedication, drive? Pick one or add a few of your own. Either way, this is a pretty […]

SEA OF DISASTER

Dec 19, 2013 | No Comments
SEA OF DISASTER

At the turn of the last century, while attempting to bring water and then agriculture to the barren Imperial Valley, the California Development Company managed create an irreprable flood permanently submerging the town of Salton, the entire New Liverpool Salt Company,  land belonging to the Torres-Martinez Native American tribe, and an integral stretch of the Southern […]

PIGMENTS IN DECAY

Dec 3, 2013 | No Comments
PIGMENTS IN DECAY

Most people know that I kind of have a thing for decay and apparently Mumbai has a real knack for it. So much of the city, its signage and ornamentation is hand painted that nearly everywhere you look you can see peeling paint and the multiple layers of peeling paint beneath that. 

MUMBAI WHEELY

Dec 3, 2013 | No Comments
MUMBAI WHEELY

In the seventeen days that I was in Mumbai, I probably spent more time in the car than I did anywhere else. Seriously. Getting anywhere in that city takes at least an hour. Sometimes it seemed that we would be better off walking from place to place but on second thought, because crossing the street […]

IL BUCO

Oct 20, 2013 | No Comments
IL BUCO

Il Buco’s Justin Smillie prepares a Braised Rabbit with Fresh Pappardelle for Panna’s Behind The Line film series. Shot at Il Buco in NYC.