I got the glorious prize of working on the Caribbean Unit of Benh Zeitlin's second feature, "Wendy," to be released in February 2020. This will be the slow rollout of photos as they're published.
A tip of the hat to John Wilson.
Documentation of Maxine Gordon's local book events for "Sophisticated Giant: The Life and Legacy of Dexter Gordon."
For me, any encounter with a dead animal - or the remains of one - is an occasion to photograph.
Kids, so often shot as they're treated - condescendingly - deserve their own collection. The title is a quiet nod to "Revenge of the Babysat," one of my favorite Calvin & Hobbes.
I talked the Court13 major domo into hiring me to photograph the inaugural Always for Pleasure Resident Artists. Read More, ever treasuring their anonymity, opted to only have their work documented, found material flags spreading love around the city.
I've worked as the swimming teacher at Country Day Creative Arts, a wild day camp in Metairie, Louisiana, for three years now. I've found I have a predilection for producing unexpected videos.
By posting up photobooths! I see you, and I'll show you the beauty you are. NB: My new web host doesn't support nudity, which may be the safest move for my subjects. But, let it be known, my camera and I welcome participants who are all levels of clad.
I'm that rare creature with a sound blimp - for hire!
I'm a freelancer; one tool in my eternal duel against unemployment is picking up gigs shooting events.
Photographs from my book for Tom Roma's Photo III. My response to my boyfriend's suicide was playing with the intimate embrace of the inanimate, and the possibilities of documenting myself as a lover might.
An ever-expanding collection of wedding photography, with some of the ceremonies being fake.
Because not all les autres are hell.
Strongly spent may be synonymous with kept, but photography's forever.
A day is well spent adventuring in New Orleans East's derelict Six Flags.
Excerpts from my 2008 independent study with Tom Roma. Accused of being 'a social creature,' he pushed me to pursue portraiture.
In which I collage myself lives I wish I had.
A tiny peek at my very first show; June 4, 2012.
After years of sending daily postcards, in 2016 I decided to up my own ante and endeavored on a (intended) weekly fan mail project. I consider this my analogue antidote to the trolling epidemic.
My favorite fate for photographs is turning them into postcards; send your address and I promise you at least one. (wood me crafted by Z Behl, as a birthday present)
One of my responses to quarantine in New York City, in my childhood home, alone, was to rally behind USPS, my favorite federal agency. I love postal workers so much, I've kept it up. I get explicit consent to shoot, and to share.