Monthly Archives December 2007

a gem from the new york times archive.


what lies beyond.

When I was 12 or 13 I explored the woods at the top of the top photograph with a friend. We came to a fork in the path. To the left was a path covered ominously with dead trees, weeds, and other overgrowth signaling that it hadn’t been trodden for some time. The path to […]

beautiful/decay interview.

3am, suburban massachusetts.

the newest member of the family.

happy holidaze.

Scott in the Muir Woods, Marin County, California, January 2007. Louis Terline, owner of the Brooklyn boutique Oak, shot for TOKION Japan, December 2007. Jeremy Parker, DJ, artist, designer, shot for TOKION Japan, December 2007. 2007 was a good and progressive year for me photography-wise. In celebration of that I will be working on and […]

thoughts on personal versus professional work.

I recently had a cursory meeting with a prominent photography agent and the following words stuck out at me: “Ideally, your book should have no personal work. You should be able to flip through each page and say ‘I shot this for _____,’ and so on.” This struck a chord. It’s something I’ve struggled with […]

you’ve made it when…

Noah’s video got parodied on the Simpsons. Unreal. Parody. Original. Also: Eli Davis Weiss.

flickr stats.

That photo above, taken June 2 2006, is my most popular photo on Flickr, with 28,275 views. A lot of my favorited photo counts got screwed up when I made everything friends-only for a while in October 2006 (this supposedly clears all favorites, lame), but it currently has 65 favorites and 106 comments. Second up? […]

benefit art auction.

If you’re in or around Birmingham Alabama, please drop by the Bottletree and bid on some great artwork to benefit Wes Frazer, a fellow photographer who was recently robbed of a lot of his gear. I have two photos included, and I’m in good company–check out the flier below.