Tuesday, November 25, 2008

lets go dancing

Pulled these out of my archive, I think it may be my not so subconscious telling me to go dance. Or telling you to go dance....

Monday, November 17, 2008

Protesting Prop 8

On Saturday, I headed out to City Hall to protest Prop 8. It was a good turnout, around 4,000 people. After the protest was herded away from City Hall, it went to the streets. We marched up to Union Square and on it went. People were in good spirits and it was a lot of fun. My favorite moment was after people were jumping up and down to the loudspeaker, a guy next to me said "Leave it to the gays to add cardio to a protest". Yes my friend, yes.

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

I fell into a burning ring of fire...

An unexpected surprise at Galapagos Art Space in DUMBO. I went for my friend April Renae's performance piece, and then after a Halloween Masquerade Ball was being thrown by Gemini and Scorpio where The Gyronauts were performing with their enchanting hoops of fire as seen above.

Rooftop Poi

This was a night of presidential debates that led to poi, beer, and moonlight.

Sunday, September 28, 2008

The Darkness Before Midnight

These are a few of my photos (15 out of around 55) from the group show, Subdivision, I was in for the DUMBO ARTS FEST... for those of you that couldn't make it during this weekend of drizzle and debates. The show looked great as a whole and it was so rad to see so many artists work throughout DUMBO. Thanks to those of you that supported by making to trek out.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008


Please join me during The DUMBO Arts Festival for the opening reception of Subdivision: Individual Intent, the opening is on Friday, September 26th 6PM to 10PM.

Gallery hours are on Saturday, September 27th and Sunday, September 28th 12PM-6PM.

Pochron Studios

20 Jay Street
11th Floor
Suite 1100
Brooklyn, NY 11201

F Train to York Street

I hope to see you at the opening! BOOZE AND ART AND ROOFTOP!

Thursday, September 4, 2008

beach design

I love what details I see when walking down the beach...dead creatures being eaten by other creatures in the sand, patterns left by the tides. Can't beat sand in your toes (and not as pleasantly everywhere else by the time you get home)

Bay Area, CA

We went along highway 1, the Pacific, and the expanse of water and hills was awesome. Salt water smell, eucalyptus scent. Such a contrast to nyc....buildings piled up, cement, people everywhere, smells of food, garbage, unknown.

Wednesday, September 3, 2008


I went down to Carolina for a bit. The fresh Smokey Mountain air and warm sunshine did the trick. It was wonderful to hang out with the family, drink wine with old friends, see the stars and shoot a shotgun wedding (pics to come).

These are some I am thinking about for my ongoing Domestic Still Life series....

There are more pics on the way from out West.

Monday, August 11, 2008

Just a few random evening/night images for your nocturnal viewing.

“Using words to describe magic is like using a screwdriver to cut roast beef” -- Tom Robbins

Friday, July 25, 2008


I put this series of Polaroids together for a submission, and this is the statement that goes with it:


From the desert sky of Colorado to the deteriorating landmarks of New Orleans and Coney Island, Blue is the idea of fluidity, openness, and impermanence. It is a personal documentation of nostalgia and loss. Having lived numerous places in my life and moving countless times in each place, I have acquired a taste for travel and a longing for home. These images, shot with my Spectra Polaroid camera, soon to become a thing of the past, take on the same attributes of nomadic dreams and childhood nostalgia.