Saturday, June 28, 2008

church of fashion rollerskate affair




































charon had a really fun event at her art center/creative work house on north broadway, and I got some snaps to show.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008

shelly, where are you?




from 93 through 01 I lived in San Diego. Its a nice place if you want to retire, and spend the rest of your days looking out the front of your garage. I lived just east of downtown in Golden Hills, a pretty old neighborhood, and about four blocks from SDCC, also nice. anyway at the foot of Golden Hills, where the trolly makes a 90 degree turn, is this cool old diner. a nice family spot with a horse shoe counter top, and ladies running everywhere behind it. I shot a few folks in that diner, and I had this shot at hand.
this is shelly, she was with jetset in SD, I photographed her for cindy and we became friends. she would pop in every once in a while. but I totally lost touch with her, since around the time of this shot. funny how that happens. I wish I could communicate with everyone I lost touch with.

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Saturday, June 14, 2008

franklin
















I like taking photographs and then sharing them with people. and if they like the shots, well then I think thats about the most precious thing of all. if the people that are in the photographs like the photographs or are fascinated by them, then there is not much I can really put into words to express how vital that is to me.
i am so stoked on these shots of franklin.
hope you like them franklin

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Friday, June 6, 2008

nexus




















portraits from the marriage of inger and chris in Carmel.

Thursday, June 5, 2008

earthwork


















































pabulum, food for thought.
just south of Oxnard, California is a lovely grove of walnut trees, apple trees and organic vegetable plots.
this set was taken with the Rollie 3.5 planar around three years ago. my dad bought me that camera in Glasgow in 93.
I guess the reason why I posted these up is from the inspiration that I recieved while looking at extremely beautiful photographs of English and Italian Gardens by beth dow and her husband keith taylor's fascinating architectural work, all produced in the palladium process with absolutely exquisite control.
so I thought warming up this greyscale set would work nicely.
"faux palladium" as Mrs Deane calls it.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

origins




















the enchanting forest cradles the origins life.