Film photography is not dead. The future is analog.
Performance artist Russ Ligtas is poetry in motion.more
Kodak Max 400 post processed in black and white. more
On groupie nights like these, you know you can thank me well with a warm brownie cup and a big big hug.more
Minolta xg-m (1981) christened as Lolita, my love.
For a moment, I became Humbert Humbert when I saw this baby in a camera repair shop midtown. I managed to convince the keeper that I was a MassCom student looking for an slr for a course requirement. He gave me a discount. My little cup brimmed with tiddles!more
The guitar man in downtown Colon.
A million people on one string?
And all their manner in the thing,
And all their manner, right and wrong,
And all their manner, weak and strong? ~Wallace Stevens
Mary Love and friends. In their singsongy southern twang, they asked me why they can’t see their faces on the back of my camera. I tried my best to explain that I’m using analog but they were just too busy with their poses.
Kahlil de Pio. Taken after his lecture when he quizzed me, “why do we see rainbows?” And I replied, “because god loves you, Kahl.”more
Beach boys. My officemates loving the sun and surf.
The old marina building near the South Road Properties.more