I got a bunch of candles and a few bath bombs for this one. Bathroom was small but kind of perfect for this shoot. Thanks to Kate Davis for modeling and Jen Chen for hair and make up.
I shot these images last December 25th at around 3am in Williams Arizona. It's a small tourist town off route 66 population 3,023. There was lots of wind that night, very cold. Did not see a single person the whole time I ventured threw the less touristy parts of the town.
Artificial Reality is a concept that was inspired from my sticker art. I wanted to make a collage using my camera. Instead of cutting up photos I did this all "in camera" process using stills from my TV for the background and a reclining model as mother earth for the foreground. Thanks to Gennife Gee for modeling.
Nine days on the road, in the desert with the For The Love family. One of the wildest trips I have ever been on. Nothing but skating, drinking, skating, contests, skating, shooting, Top Ramen, skating, diarrhea, skating, driving, skating, crashing backyards, skating, naps on the floor, skating, concussions, skating, avoiding cops, skating, avoiding drunken fancy walkers, and skating! Can't wait to do it again.
Models, Jen Chen and Gennifer Gee, Hair and Make up by, Jen Chen Special thanks to, Smoky and Gobe, Kitty cat and Dwarf Hamster
Shot this at the Guapo Skill Center. Thanks to the amazing Anoush Anou for supplying the dangerous curves.
I spent a few days shooting an exposé in Denton Texas hanging with the guys from Denton Skate Supply for Lo Card Magazine, issue #57. So fun up in old Denton town, never ran into the fuzz once, kids playing in the streets everywhere, and you can drink in public legally. Here are some of the rejects, If this is what they keep out what they put in must be pure gold!
I wanted to do something that was very risky but totally safe. Thanks a million to Christina Johnston, model.
This is in old gas station by Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Never got any good info on the place just thought it was way cool.
This are my peeps. Skating, having fun. I made a collection of some of some my favorite skate photos and turned them into a series.
Who dosen't like some mind melting Op Art? I took photos of some cool Prints at the MoMA with my fish-eye and tweaked them to my liking. I had them as my screen saver for a bit they gave me head aches so be careful.
I made these photos When I lived by some forested no-mans land in East Dallas. I would walk my dog down there and you just never know what your going to find. Hear is some interesting stuff I encountered when creeping through da shit of Dallas's under belly.
I shot these one night in In late November. It was 3AM-ish around down town Dallas and some old railroad trax. The fog was extriemly thick that night, very quiet too. Didn't bump into a single weirdo or security guy.