The medium and the message are intertwined in pursuit of exploring the storied, ever changing streets of New York City with aging film similarly experiencing gradual change.
All photographs in this gallery are shot on expired film of various types including:
- Kodak Ektachrome 100VS
- Kodak Porta 400NC, 400VC, 160VC
- Kodak T Max 400
- Kodak Tri X 400
- Fujifilm Velvia 50
- Fujifilm Reala 100
- Fujifilm 800Z, 800NPZ, 400H
- Fujifilm Provia 400
- Fujifilm Acros 100
- Fujifilm Neopan 1600, 400
Commissions are accepted based on interest, willingness to experiment, or if a new camera needs funding.
Always willing to consider collaborations in the portraiture, live event, or lifestyle genres of photography and you will find examples of previous work here.
The bedrock of my photographic eye, landscapes are what initially drew me to the medium and continue to drive my passion to this day. This gallery contains attempts at capturing the natural environment from locations including Maine, New Hampshire, Hawaii, Scotland, Finland, and Australia.
Visual explorations of the man made environment I’ve called home my entire life.
Unrivaled in its physical design and masterful array of lenses, the Hasselblad 500c/m camera system is both continuously challenging and amazingly rewarding to work with. My fondness for this camera increases with each press of the shutter.
The Texas Leica. This massive system delivers the largest negatives still considered to be medium format at 6 x 9 cm, which is five times larger than 35mm film. These images can be blown up to the size of a wall! One day, one day soon…
Nothing beats one of a kind, instant prints straight out of the camera. Polaroids are made to be shared and most of these are spread amongst the friends I shared their memories with. As it should be.
A selection of photographs from my travels both domestic and international.
I have a propensity for exploring things on the other sides of fences, walls, tunnels, and overgrown roads.