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: Newport Journal

Just like that. Fall. One day. All it took. The turn. Even if Mother Nature decides to play her new game it doesn’t matter because mentally the switch has been made. Dusk and your jacket is in the car, or … Read More

Read: Newport Journal

There is no way to hide the awkwardness of eating a footlong, frozen, chocolate covered banana. Man, woman or child. This beast wasn’t designed for public consumption, and yet you walk the shoreline during the summer months and there they … Read More

Print: New Shifter Promo 50-Pages

This is a remake of the original Shifter promotional piece. The original was 24-pages and was headed in the right direction but didn’t go quite far enough. I’m not sure this one does either, but at least I’m beginning to … 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 Three

Running out the door again. This was my last twenty four hours. Started with the GaGa. Ended with a reflection. Lots and lots of movement in between. I’m on auto pilot. Down on sleep, up on meeting some remarkable people … 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

Read: Damn Reflections

I’ll let you in on a little secret. I’m not a social person. You might have seen me in the flesh, in the field or perhaps you saw me present, give a workshop, teach a class. That’s not really me. … Read More

Read: The Lost Rolls

West Bank, date unknown. Photograph by Ron Haviv. Well, it’s been a long time coming, but I FINALLY get to write this post and tell you what I’ve been working on for the past few months. But before I can … Read More

Read: Newport Journal

Ya, I went back to the pier. First off, it’s really f%$%$%$ hot here. It’s almost October and it’s still over 90. We don’t have air conditioning. So my house is like a sweat lodge, and yes, I’ve actually been … Read More

Print: Serif & Silver

You want to see a very smart use of great design, photography and the technology of Blurb? I thought you might. Meet Nate Matos and Serif & Silver. I’m going to say this now, and I’m going to say this … Read More

Read: Seattle Journal Four

Sir. Jimi Hendrix. Painting in a hotel lobby. Having picked up a guitar in December of last year, for the first time in my life, I can say with certainty what Jimi Hendrix did with the guitar was truly remarkable. … Read More

Read: Seattle Journal Three

Don’t hold me to the exact day. Ever. Under any circumstance. Some of this stuff could have happened ten years ago, or maybe it never happened. I’m not a journalist. Maybe I’m “just” a storyteller. Even in Seattle it is … Read More

Read: Seattle Journal Two

Walking through tourist sites in midday light is enough to make me want to buy cement shoes and visit The Sound. But just to keep you people happy I did it anyway. You SEE the lengths I go to keep … Read More

Read: Seattle Journal

I’m in Seattle for the Blurb Road Show. I like Seattle. It’s beautiful, industrial and you can legally buy a pound of Jamaican Thundercloud and get so baked your face comes off. Consequently, there are A LOT of people sitting … Read More