Monthly Archives: July 2012

I was up to about seventeen packs a day.

I’m not really as good as I’d like to beĀ about updating this, but I’ve been shooting here and there, editing here and there, and doing lighting here and there. It really makes the work weeks pretty interesting. Below is a smattering of images that I’ve made recently and one that I made a really long time ago that I never got to talk about.


Zachary Caceres for The Boston PhoenixImageMichael Edwards for a Kenneth Cole test shoot. (The light across the forehead makes me crazy too, I guess thats why it was a test.)


The scene directly behind me while working on a portrait for Creme De La Mer.Ā Image

And Nic Ratner’s home from the very short lived series “Shelter” that I was working on last year for the Village Voice. Nic had a ton of taxidermy in his East Village Apartment and I had spent the afternoon with him a few summers ago. His tip to me if I ever got into collecting taxidermy was to never get anything done to an animal that means anything to you. Pretty heartbreaking to see your dead-not-dead dog everytime. I wouldn’t do that to Moxie anyway.

On top of all that, I’ve redesigned some of the aspects on my personal site with some text overlay on my favorite images from each section.



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