Tag Archives: los angeles
Somewhere south along the 8 freeway near the Mexican border is a tiny road off a small town that takes you to Anza Borrego State Park. Off that small road are more, smaller dirt roads that branch off in a … Continue reading
On Saturday a gathering took place at the French Consulate in Los Angeles to honor the victims of the Paris attacks. Peaceful, sad, solemn. The full gallery is below.
I’m not entirely sure how to write words about last night. I followed and was a part of a mass of people marching in a mostly peaceful and calm-but-angry crowd through downtown Los Angeles, wishing the entire time I knew … Continue reading
I’ve spent a lot of time traversing around the Mojave, which you know if you have read my blog over the past couple of years. And I’ve spent a lot more time trying to invest in shooting actual subjects, not … Continue reading
A badass friend of mine who’s been a performer in Los Angeles for as long as I’ve known her recently formed a technomagical performance troupe called Wilderbe. It’s a little hard to capture what Wilderbe is on stills due to … Continue reading
I learned that I had almost more fun taking photos of the people waiting for the shuttle than the actual shuttle. I felt that by the time I got the chance to take my shots of it that most of … Continue reading
I love space. I grew up watching sci-fi and NASA launch rockets into space on live TV and cherished Han Solo. So when the Endeavor rolled through Los Angeles I really wanted to see it, except somewhere along the way … Continue reading