Archive: April, 2010

I’ll be presenting a body (get it?) of work from my wrestling series at Pecha Kucha Night, next Thursday, May 6, at Mad Art Gallery. In case you’re wondering, Pecha Kucha Night “was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network, and show their work in public. It […]

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Thought this might be the beginning of a new project back in September. Six months later and there’s still no project. Or is there? Maybe I’ve been making other pictures that are part of this project, and I just didn’t know it.

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The ultrasound technician wrote the “tooooo cute” part. I don’t know. He looks like a baby Skeletor to me. (That’s He-Man’s arch-nemesis. Remember He-Man?) But I’m sure he’ll be the handsomest baby in the world when he finally pops out! I’m training him in utero to be a photo assistant. Kid’s gonna be loading film […]

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Have you heard about the New York Times article? Apparently it’s getting harder to make a living as a professional photographer. Who knew?

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Unusual slideshow piece by photographer Alec Soth in the New York Times… HERE. Unusual because it’s a surprising take on Mardi Gras, and unusual because Soth is known for his luscious large format prints and all of these are digital and, well, kind of flat. But the content saves the day. The idea is so […]

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