“This bird doesn’t follow a regular clock,” Dorosh said. “He’s acting like a devilish teenager.” Read the full story in Village Voice.
Happy to be included in the American Photography 33 book this year with an image selected from a story I shot for Refinery 29. The piece, titled, “How Going From a Woman to a Man Changed My Perspective” let’s Sal tell his transformation story. It was a real pleasure meeting Sal who was extremely easy going […]
When I was out to dinner with Duane Michals one night a few years ago, I told him that I was really getting to the point where I was questioning why I should make photographs at all, considering that there were millions of photographs being created each day. “Why should I continue to add to […]
I’ve had my next book“ForTress” about photographer Arthur Tress laid out to about 85% completion, for most of this year, but I haven’t finished it because it seemed stiff and didn’t have a strong enough narrative direction. Mostly because it was stiff. I had been following my design layout from the previous book, which had worked fine for […]
When I first was looking for apartments in NYC having just graduated from a school in Pennsylvania, I spent a day in of 1994 wandering around downtown Manhattan which was the only part of the city I knew. And by “knew” I mean I only really recognized the enormous exterior sculpture on the side of a […]
Just last week the Freelance Isn’t Free Act passed here in NYC which certainly is a step towards helping those who are freelance gain some leverage in getting payments that they are owed. I want to spend just a minute to think about a part of it, which is the language in the bill that states […]
William Eggleston, perhaps the founder of modern color photography (“perhaps” as I’ll leave a little space for argument) signed a new Steidl publication, “The Democratic Forest, Selected Works.“ at the Strand book store. Dapper Bill was gloveless and quiet, but the the room of perhaps seventy-five people snaked throughout the rare book room were electrified […]