Friday, March 26, 2010


Ok, so I have written about this IAMWHOIAM entity before, and how much I am eating this up...this cloak and dagger routine they have going on....
Well, they have done it again....they have exceeded all weirdness I have witnessed in my life so far (and I'm from San Francisco) so I feel that this is a quite a feat...

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Attila @ The Met

So, we went to see the NY Metropolitan Opera's production of Attila last night.

Miuccia Prada designed the set and costumes, so I was pretty curious.

The sets were pretty wild. There was a 54 foot high vertical jungle set, and a 3 story "ruins" set

complete with collapsed buildings. The costumes were weird...the men had LED shoulder pads.

All in all, worth checking's nice to see an opera in Italian. Anything but english really.

Friday, March 19, 2010

spring beauty

It seems to be suddenly spring here in NYC...

This is an image I just shot...very simple and fresh..

I never do black and white, but I thought it really worked for this image...

This is Veza@ Q, Hair and Makeup by David Tibolla @ Next Artists

Monday, March 15, 2010

Mirror mirror...

While walking past the Gramercy Hotel a few weeks back, I noticed how the steam from a rooftop was reflected in the silvery windows of the building next door, and it gave me an idea for a little photo experiment. In the end, the gag was more trouble than it was worth, and could have been done in post in like 30 seconds...but it is an interesting effect nonetheless...This has been retouched but the mirror and smoke and girl are in camera...

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

when you missbehave on an Amber Gray shoot...

THIS is what'cha get...

Actually, this model Pedro @ Q, was an absolute angel, and did nothing to deserve the plexi vice.

This is an outtake from a shoot we did for an upcoming gallery show called Distorted Beauty.

The show is the brainchild of Tyler Huff and Danielle Ezzo, it is a group show featuring ten

different commercial photographers' take on the state of retouching in the photography

industry today.