Reading about my friend Mark Lukach’s travel exploits as he finds his was through Japan, has inspired me to revisit some of my own photos from that amazing country. In doing so I discovered an ad hoc panorama that I took on a roof top … Read More →
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A recent trip to Fresno California surprisingly yielded some unexpected inspiration to shoot. So much inspiration infact, that I had to take notes of spaces to return to because I ran out of time. Around many corners I found scenes that are indicative of the … Read More →
A confession that I am shamefully admitting here and now is that not until late 2009 did I finally see Alfred Hitchocks’s 1963 masterpiece, The Birds. Amazing film for many reasons, but also amazing that the small costal community of Bodega Bay in which the … Read More →
Japan is a pandora’s box to any design enthusiast. Meaning that there is such an overwhelming amount of thoughtful, progressive and honest design, that you are forced to only appreciate a few and ignore many. Japan’s city planning seems so unabashed to constantly rethink elements of daily … Read More →
With less than 300 Drive-In movie theaters left in the United States, I felt slightly obligated to pull over and photograph this one tucked away in California’s central coast.
The first of many posts from my recent trip to Japan. From Tokyo to Okubo. These shots are from my night at the Park Hyatt, aka the place where ‘Lost In Translation’ was filmed. Good scotch and music at 52 floors above Tokyo. Shot with … Read More →