Adventure: More Big Bend

Physically I’m back from West Texas but mentally I’m still dusty. I’m actually IN Texas again, but this time on the opposite side. Houston to be precise, a city that has REALLY shocked me in a good way. I’ve had … Read More

Adventure: Texas Training

Yesterday I drove 1200 miles straight. Twenty-one-hours. Not recommended. But traffic returning to SoCal on a holiday weekend is biblical in proportion, and I have work to do, so it was required. Got out last week. Seems like a year … Read More

Adventure: Texas River Fishing

I found the bass. No, these aren’t bass. I never said I CAUGHT the bass, but I know where they are. How do I know where they are? Because I can SEE them. Crystal clear water. A river entering a … Read More

Creative: The Leica File 32

Welcome to Central Texas. A place I’ve spent much time. This is from a project titled “Hunting for Food in a Store-Bought World.” Never published. Never seen really. Learned a lot. Got up before the sun. Aimed my trusty Leica. … Read More

Adventure: Texas River Fishing

It started the day before. The trash talk. My mom and I. “You are probably too old to find the river, and even if you did you would probably fall in and I would have to save you,” I said … Read More

Adventure: Texas River Fishing

I think you might have seen these images prior to this post, but they were posted BEFORE I made all these recent changes to the site. I didn’t have an “Adventure” tab before, so these images were only posted on … Read More

Read: My Lost Rolls, Paradise, Texas

Tonight is the NYC launch of The Lost Rolls and we are gearing up for a full-on deluge of artistic humanity. The book and magazine are alive and on sale and the fruits of the last few months will be … Read More

Read: Texas Journal

Three cities in nine days. The last two in Texas. I spent fifteen years in the Lone Star State, and what I realize now is that I understand the rhythm of Texas. A lot of people would hear “I’m going … Read More

Read: Houston Journal

Houston. I know what you’re thinking “Oh man, you must be STUCK in Houston.” Not so. This place has changed. This place is refreshing, especially coming from Los Angeles where everyone is trying so hard to be someone else. Houston … Read More