Category Archives: Photography
In an ideal world, I live in an uber-minimalist house overlooking a perfectly groomed, yet slightly unkept lawn near a beach.
Ok… California has moments of beauty, I will admit it reluctantly.
I have been incredibly frustrated with photography lately and as a result, have been struggling with my own creativity. The weather in LA has been absolutely perfect for trekking around, exploring and making images. There’s a Nike missile site still lingering in the hills that I’ve been itching to checkout. However, my shiny new 5D [...]
When commerce is removed from the equation (and the possibility of fleeting “fame”), very few rules seem to hold up. There is no way I could possibly agree more with this statement. Via A Lesser Photographer
Not so long ago (almost a decade) I was in Italy studying color reduction woodcut printmaking with one of my professors from the University of Nebraska. At the time, I was under the impression that I was some sort of gifted, up and coming printmaker. (It is truly remarkable what a perfect storm of ego [...]
Perhaps it is the overcast skies of Southern California that are making me miss Minneapolis so much. Then again, maybe it is just the displacement that naturally follows moving to a new city, one where I have no roots, no paths to calmly wander, and no climate to fight angrily against. Above: a happy mishap [...]
From Flickr user: Jim Linwood’s album “Russia 1990.” Found via blogpost: ”Findings, File Under Movement:” on the MIEL Blog. Currently it is 72° F, sunny, still and beautiful in Los Angeles. However, I cannot stop looking at this image of Moscow and wishing I was there, bracing myself against the cold.