Creative: Photoville 2018

I love photography. I’m pretty sure you do too. I don’t love the industry of photography, and I believe the entire field needs to be rethought, redone and redesigned, but nobody is asking for my opinion. I left photography behind … Read More

Creative: Vlog 0007

Fall travel..engage. I should have known. “Milnor, you can’t do this by yourself,” a filmmaker friend told me when he found out I was headed into the motion world. He knew that I knew that he was correct, but he … Read More

Creative: New York State of Mind

“I shoot pictures like that too,” my friend said as he watched me stop and make this image. These little puzzles are mind games, but I think they play a key part in knowing who you are as a photographer. … Read More

Read: The Force

It’s a Don Winslow book. What more do I need to say? If you haven’t read Don Winslow yet, then skip this book for the time being. Go back and get your hands on his drug war series. Power of … Read More

Print: Then There Was None

I’m on a Zine tear. The proud father of this baby is Nicholas Firan who is a Brooklyn based photographer and designer. This thing looks DAMN good. I’ve had it for a few weeks now and have looked it many … Read More

Read: The Lost Rolls NYC Recap Film

For those of you who were there, this is the piece we commissioned as a recording of the New York launch of The Lost Rolls. As you can see, this wasn’t your average event. But first let me say that … Read More

Dispatches: Ron Haviv

I wanted to give this interview a proper place amid my other interviews. As you know we are working with Ron on a project titled “The Lost Rolls” which is getting ready to launch. Book, magazine, website and exhibitions in … Read More

Read: New York Journal Two

The day of filmmaking is behind us. Multiple locations, multiple times. Sound guy, director, assistant and camera operator. Subject. Witness(me). Been a while since I’d been on one of these shoots, and for those of you who don’t know about … Read More

Read: New York Journal

No, that’s not a typo. I’m back in New York. It’s strange coming back here so soon. More work to do. This time there is a film to be made. Thankfully I will neither be the featured individual nor the … Read More

Read: New York Journal Four

What do you get when you add my job, New York and the creative industry together? Chaos. Creative chaos. Up early again to make my way downtown to attend the Future of Storytelling event, which I have to say has … Read More

Read: New York Journal Two

You can tell a lot about a man by what he throws away. Maybe I use Prell to save money but then buy Faberge Eggs with the savings. Maybe I binge on Little Debbie cakes(who doesn’t?). It’s all there like … Read More

Read: New York Journal

I didn’t get a chance to shoot here. I was planning a dawn raid on Coney Island but now my schedule is too full do anything outside of required reading. These images were made in transit. Spent the last two … Read More

PRINT: NYC Street

This is one of the great ways to use print-on-demand. This person attended a workshop on the 23rd. They finished and ordered their book on the 24th.The book arrived on the 2nd. The video was made the next day. When … Read More

Read: Yo, Let’s Make a Book of This

Thanks to Mick for sending this to me. I met Yolanda a few years ago and was able to sit down and do an interview with her which you can see here. The film below is fantastic. Sad that she … Read More

Dispatches: Ted Gogoll

I met Ted Gogoll in 1995 during my first longish trip to Latin America. Ted was living with the family next door. Recently he was paging back through his journals and came across his notes from the day we met. … Read More

Dispatches: Damon Webster

Nobody loves photography more than Damon Webster. Not that I’m attempting to reveal his age, but he’s got a knowledge and archive of photography that goes back roughly thirty years. (Okay, forty. Sorry Damon) Damon runs Photoinduced a website he … Read More

Just Listen: New York Bus Stop

These shoes didn’t happen by accident. Nor did these pants or the rest of what you can’t see. Style. Bill Cunningham knows it, lives for it and has sealed it in for the rest of us. I’m just a guy, … Read More