For so many of us on the east coast, much of the past week has been spent anticipating the arrival of Hurricane Irene. While I admit I am often a cynic, when it comes to Mother Nature, I am not. So I heeded forecasters’ advice – hunkered down with flashlights and bottled water – and […]
Archive for August, 2011
I am proud and excited to be part of the group exhibit Visual Pranks and Puns at LENSCRATCH, a blogzine founded and edited by photographer Aline Smithson (whose photography can be seen on the September cover of Photo District News). Enjoy!
I recently visited the town of Woodstock. Though I had never been there before, I had an idea of what to expect: hippies in dreadlocks and tie-dye flashing peace signs and drumming cross-legged in the sun. As my camera can attest, I was kinda right. But while I don’t strive to be an objective documentary […]
Musically, I’ve grown partial to mashups. I’ve listened to a few – like The Beastles or Queen vs. 50 Cent – enough times to think that’s how the original songs were meant to sound. In photography, double exposures are a kind of mashup. The few I ever created were accidental, discovered after developing a roll […]