Monthly Archives September 2007

indian summer.

It feels like July in New York. John Vanderslice played at the Bowery Ballroom last night. Every time I see him it makes me incredibly happy. Especially when he comes down into the audience to play. If you will be in Paris for the month of October, I have a solo show up at Spree […]

good news for the young and uninsured.

I’m a big fan of Jay Parkinson’s photography. And it turns out he is an MD as well, based out of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The yearly fee is $500 (equivalent to 2 months of low-end independent health insurance premiums!) and he’s accessible around the clock via many instant messaging applications and of course telephone. Check out […]


This time of year I like to head a few blocks over to Gowanus and shoot some flicks. For some reason the area is especially enchanting in the autumn.

this person copied my entire website.

check it out – here’s her about me page: Martha Burzynski lives in Brooklyn, by way of Boston. A self-taught photographer who works in both film and digital, she likes children, weddings, strong coffee, exploring urban decay and rocking out. She is available for hire and for collaborative projects, in and outside of New York. […]

recent flicks & news.

Excited to hang with Greg Wasserstrom next week! Lauren Flax and I made it to Rockaway for one more boogie boarding shred session. The water was unbelievably warm, yet the waves were pretty lame. Stupid east coast. Jim and I rode the NYC Century, details on that can be found on his blog. I made […]

September’s coming soon… oh, wait.

It’s here. I can’t stop listening to “Baker Street” by Gerry Rafferty, after finally figuring out what the hell it was after wondering about it for months. You may be interested to know that this song was also featured on the “Lisa’s Sax” Simpsons episode: The Foo Fighters did an AMAZING cover of this song, […]