Fartbarf – Mon Keys in LA

  Gentles Readers, I really don’t know if the man-ape in today’s photograph above is Dan, Josh or Brian. And that’s kind of the point. I photographed Fartbarf in their analogue post-neanderthal glory last July. But Dan, Josh and Brian do put on one hell of a show, pre-digital and completely anonymous. Nothing but analogue …

Victoria Price at Phantom Carriage Vincent Price Beer Dinner

  Victoria Price at Phantom Carriage Vincent Price Beer Dinner~ Whenever possible, you should always find something to love about your work. I don’t mean overall. I mean, every project you agree to be a part of, finding even a small thing to be passionate about, results in whatever you’re making, better. Better for your …

Photo Daily: Long Beach Christmas Tree

It’s been a long time, Gentle Readers. Hello again. I’ve said forever that one year I was going to take the month of December off and go somewhere – not cold. And so, greetings from the warm West Coast and the cozy front porch of one of my close friends and her Long Beach Christmas Tree. …

Photo Daily: Morgan Station Light

  Over the past few decades I’ve gotten very good at studying sunlight. Where it is in the sky and how it changes with the seasons. In the 90s, I used to set up a webcam in my studio the day before a shoot to track the light and be able to playback exactly where …

Photo Daily: Waiting for the City of Light, Paris

  This photograph I made at the Place de la Concorde in the 1er arrondissement was one I waited for. I had been photographing Paris in the late evening and middle of the night for weeks and had been taking mental notes of when the various street lamps and other building illuminations turned on and off …

Photo Daily: Clouds, Towers and L Train

  I was walking back to the studio the other evening at the end of a very long and busy week. Completely cashed. But you know, the world around us has a way of making all of that melt away with its beauty sometimes. Awe has a way of lifting us up when it seems …