September 27, 2012
whiskey is my spirit animal
Due to overwhelming demand for, these stickers are now available here. Get one.
Update: flasks are available.
September 2, 2012
The Man burned Saturday night
April 29, 2012
Electric Boogaloo (left) loses a plate of armor to Last Rites’s 72lb spinning blade.
Dxter gets pushed around and set ablaze by Raging Scotsman’s flamethrower.
February 9, 2012
New to my arsenal are two tools for creating panoramas: a GigaPan Epic Pro for gigantic, multi-gigapixel images, and Photosynth, an app for the iPhone that allows well-nigh instantaneous image making and sharing on-location. Below, I’ve embedded one of each and given a link back to the respective galleries. Of course, viewing them here won’t do them justice, so go to the actual photo pages and take a (much) closer look.
October 18, 2011
Anonymous protestor—”I could lose my job for having a voice”
NYPD clears Washington Square Park and then pushes pedestrians down sidewalk Saturday night
An Occupy Wall Street General Assembly Sunday evening
Today marks the seventh day I’ve been at Occupy Wall Street in Zuccotti Park / Liberty Square in downtown Manhattan. I’ve got much to say—and another day to photograph—but you can see my current work up here.
October 7, 2011
Midway through the third week now and stronger than ever, Occupy Wall Street is beginning to finally get noticed by the mainstream media. The coverage, largely nonexistent at first, is picking up steam; Slate, the Washington Post, the LA Times, Bloomberg, Al Jazeera, and even the President has something to say about the protests.
I feel they’re missing something.
In the coverage I’ve seen, there has been little to no honest coverage of who these protestors are; there have been a few passing mentions of “anarchists,” and the usual dismissive “smelly hippies” and “kids,” but I don’t believe that’s accurate or intellectually honest. I want to show that this protest contains many employed and employable folk like you and me. The blog We are the 99 Percent has done an excellent job putting a very human face to the movement (and disenfranchised) itself, but they’re not photographs of the protestors themselves, on the streets of New York. I want to change that.
So, thanks to a very generous sponsor, I’m going to New York. He’s set up a page so that others might go, too: go donate here.
Contact me with inquires here.
September 11, 2011
Go see the photo gallery here.
And don’t miss Whitney’s excellent photo set–see them here.