Category Archives: USA
This film has been sitting in the camera for almost 5 years . . . i finally got it developed today and found mostly light leaks and shaky accidents. Although none of the subjects are clear, the shots turned into happy accidents resulting in something between a ghostly encounter and a hazy daydream. Particularly the first composition . . .
A saturday morning walk from brooklyn to chinatown . . . funny how I arrive in New York and go straight to Chinatown. It was comforting, I was even tempted to haggle on my purchases but i caught myself and paid the asking price.
A creative burst and an outstanding night of photographic experimentation. A collaboration between myself and miss Trina Opp using all sorts of borrowed items and light sources. Many thanks to Karen Miyano and Leland Miyano for letting us take over your garden (a mind-boggling jaw-dropping amazing place) with our cameras and equipment.
I bought the sabre 620 camera about 5 years ago in city island (mine looks pretty much like the image except avocado green) and have only shot one role of film on it in that entire time. Here are some shots from that one and only roll. Its been sitting in storage for almost 3 out of those 5 years so I’m going to make a point to experiment with it this summer while days are long and the light is bright.
I’m just starting to post the beginnings of a scanning binge that has lasted over a month. These scans are courtesy of the Wenzel library. David Wenzel has an incredible collection of books and national geographic magazines in the basement of his home. Brendan Wenzel and I have barely scratched the surface of all of the hidden treasures down there . . . more scans to come.