1. BUSHWICK

    I’m happy to say that I will be a Brooklyn resident at the beginning of July. I’m looking forward to spending the summer is such an amazing neighborhood.

    35mm

     

  2. FAMILY VISITATION

    35mm

     

  3. GIANT BUBBLES - CENTRAL PARK

    35mm

     

  4. SUBWAY DRUMMER

    35mm

     

  5. SILENT FLASH MOB

    A group of people come together at exactly 6pm at Union Square, strip to their beach wear and dance in silence to a synchronized song on their headphones. Once the the song is over, they dress and continue about their day as if nothing happened.

     

  6. ROOFTOP OF A BUSHWICK WAREHOUSE

    35mm

     

  7. A SUBTLETY BY KARA WALKER

    A striking piece by Kara Walker. The entire sphinx and all the “sugar babies” are made of sugar and housed at the Domino Sugar Factory in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

    35mm

     

  8. MEATBALL

    My sister and her husband have a Boston Terrier. His name is Meatball.

     

  9. LITTLE DRAGON @ SXSW

    35mm negative scans

     

  10. SANTA CLAUS PUB CRAWL

    East Village. Winter 2013.

    120 b&w negative scans

     

  11. EAST VILLAGE SNAPS

    Photos taken around Alphabet City. Winter 2013.

    120 b&w negative scans

     

  12. S.H.I.T. AND DAWN OF HUMANS @ THE WICK, BROOKLYN

    New York’s Alright.

    35mm b&w

     

  13. UNDERGROUND PULSE

    revised version

     

  14. IMAGINARY FRIEND - VILLAINS (MUSIC VIDEO)

    Directed & Edited by the talented Mitchell Wright

     


  15. A FIGMENT OF MY IMAGINATION

    Sometimes I imagine myself having conversations with certain people that I know I’ll likely never speak to. I do it all the time, with celebrities or people that I really admire and are probably semi-famous or known. I do it most when I know that person is going to be at the same event or place I’m going to. And usually what actually happens is that I see the person, I get really shy and nervous and make excuses for myself not to talk to that person. It’s a sad condition of being really timid and introverted, but in a way my fantasies could be more fulfilling and fun than what may actually occur (another excuse).

    I sometimes also think about what my dying last words would be or what I would say in an interview with my imaginary band or about my imaginary movie. I know it’s a little narcissistic to think about those things, but I guess I tend to day dream a lot more now that I spend more time walking here.