From a recent trip to Caddo Lake, a beautiful wetland on the border of Northern Texas & Louisiana. It was full of ancient bayou trees, crazy creatures, delicious food, and fascinating small town folk.
Various portraits from the past couple of years. I love capturing the people I care about — I can feel them through the photos.
Various self portraits I've taken over the years; they'll keep comin'.
I tend to prefer organizing my photos by adventure, or by the way I play with my film. There are always photos that don't really fit into a category, though, but that are worth keeping around. These are those.
An experimental double exposure project with Sean Barry in Portland, OR and myself in Austin, TX. Magic moments, you guys.
Photos from a recent trip to Iceland, aka the most beautiful place in the world.
I recently interviewed and photographed Murn & Gravity who form the avant-garde/wacky-weird/occult/futuristic/forward-thinking hip hop duo blackSleep. I highly recommend checking out their tunes; they'll blow your mind.
We chatted about their musical influences growing up, how they started performing/collaborating, their process and inspirations, and about everything occult and unexplained and mysterious; topics that are prevalent in nearly all of their music, especially the full length album, tales from the cryptoZoo. These are some rad dudes.
(You'll be able to read & listen to the interview very soon.)
On a recent trip to the Bay Area to visit my closest friend, we finally traveled to Big Sur (both of us have been wanting to see it for a long time, but had never been.) It was as magical as we expected.
I was so, so, so happy to take my little brother's engagement photos. It's such a surreal, wonderful thing to watch your sibling grow up, and I couldn't be happier for these two.
Photos from a road trip through southern Oregon and Northern California; stopping along the way to hug ancient redwoods, explore lava caves, fall asleep under the stars, stare at awesome views, meet new creatures and plants, swim in rivers, chase the sunsets, play in the ocean, and climb ancient rocks.
It was incredibly inspiring to experience new environments and living things, expansive views and starry skies; to explore caves our ancient ancestors discovered; to hear new sounds and smell new smells. I want to go back to all of these places.
A journal of double exposed photographs from a day spent in Portland, superimposed over a day spent at Horsetail Falls—the best of both worlds.
I took two friends out to Sauvies Island shoot the lookbook for my collection of Primitive Goods scarves. We had a great time coming up with endless ways to tie and use the scarves, which are great any time of year. Sauvies and the sun were good to us that day.
An early February trip to Shortsands beach in Oswald West state park. It was shorts&tshirt weather, which was insane(ly awesome.)
There used to be a campground here, a short walk through the trees from the beach, but it was sadly closed when, a few years ago, a tree fell near sleeping folk in tents. Upon further examination, it was discovered that most of the trees in the vicinity of the campground were diseased, dead, or dying. Here is an interesting article on what can be done, and the steps it would take to be able to open up this beautiful campground again without harming the environment.
In 2012, we took a 6 week trip to South America—specifically Brazil, Uruguay, and Argentina. It was an amazing whirlwind of beautiful sights, new friends, great food, and the delight of experiencing a new culture.
From a trip to San Fransisco and the surrounding area in 2012 to visit my best friend, who now lives there and not down the street from me. Well, life happens.
Adventures in and around San Fransisco, Orange County, and Napa Valley.