Found: Larry Hayden finds Japan

Larry Hayden hails from the hills of Kentucky, something I tease him about on a near daily basis. Larry’s is a relatively quiet person, which is reflected in his work. A traditional street hunter who moves through the world looking … Read More

Believe: Paul Gero

California based photographer Paul Gero played a funny part in my becoming a photographer. Roommate. Well, there’s more but let’s begin there. Paul was a staffer at the paper where I received my first internship. Wait, my ONLY internship. I … Read More

Read: Half Awake to my LA

I heard the gunshots because a catfight woke me up. Just outside my open window, two neighborhood felines were having a falling out. My pseudo-apocalyptic dream, a reoccurring one, revolving around a modern-day photojournalist in Cambodia, was over, again, this … Read More

Just Listen: Pojoaque, New Mexico

An adobe wall. Something so simple yet so profound in an era of instant, stucco nonsense we call progress. Weathered, worn and alive. Truly alive. Inside above the table are the bells. You can FEEL these bells. They are equally … Read More

Just Listen: Downtown Los Angeles

Downtown Los Angeles is a wasteland of concrete and commerce. “Can’t help you man, this a big place,” a guy says as I try to find parking. This place isn’t meant for humans no matter how much marketing is applied. … Read More

Found: Stuart Isett on Cambodia

I met Stuart Isett in the middle 1990’s at the photojournalism festival in Southern France. Perpignan to be exact. During this time period the festival was, to me, at it’s prime. There was a very casual sense to the entire … Read More

Found: Paul Gero on South Africa

Paul Gero is one of my oldest friends in photography. We met in 1993 during the time I was interning at The Arizona Republic in Phoenix. Paul was a staffer and I was the guy doing cleanup but not in … Read More