SNOW SNOW SNOW.

I went to Niagara Falls last weekend with my friend Mark Hartman. It was really beautiful and full of snow, cold as hell though.


AMAZING WATERFALL PART I.


AMAZING WATERFALL PART II. (DOESNT IT LOOK LIKE THE END OF THE WORLD?)


PORTAGE ADULT HOUSE IN THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE.


RANDOM TELEVISION STATION WITH AWESOME SATELLITE DISHES.


WHILE ON THE FREEWAY.


MORE FREEWAY ACTION. THE SKY WAS NUTS!


WHILE DRIVING, I FELT LIKE I WAS DREAMING. THE SKY WAS SO BEAUTIFUL.


AND THIS IS A PHOTO I JUST TOOK OF MY VIEW FROM MY BEDROOM WINDOW. SNOW EXPECTANCY = 1- 2 INCHES TONIGHT.

..AND BRYAN, THE ACE OF LOVEBRYAN.COM IS MOVING HERE IN 5 DAYS! YEEEEEEEHAW

HOLIDAY SKATE.

About 3 weeks ago, I went to Holiday Skatewith some friends from the Space. Pretty much a really rad spot on Tuesday nights because all the old fogies come out to skate. Not only that, but some even have coordinated dances and are pretty fucking good at it. Anyway, here are some photos to share..

EXCERPTS FROM OCT/NOV 2006.

it’s 3:58am and i cant sleep. found 4 rolls of film that were developed while i was back in california, so i went on a scanning frenzy.. but im too lazy to edit them. i know at some point, the light meter in my camera stopped working and i didnt realize it until later. i went digital from november 06 to now, but after scanning these, i think i will go back to film. but the only problem is that i wont have money to develop the photos right away. for some reason, they seem a lot more gratifying though.

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i forgot the name of this williamsburg cafe, but its in the shape of a trailer park home.


somewhere near wallstreet in the financial district.


coleman brown.


christopher porzio.


at the first ave L station. photo by christopher porzio via my camera.


katie and francis.


when i went back to california on november 6, 2006 — i went to la first to visit my brother. we went into a salvation army looking for props to take photos of. i walked in really stoned and all these people were looking at me. so i walked back out and adjusted my camera, then walked back in to the cashier telling me “no photografia!”


this guy was cool.


silverlake, ca.


little girl in la was given a polaroid camera with expired film. she was running around taking pictures.


then saw me, and snapped a photo.


this is the photo she snapped.


my brother sean in this amazing abandoned house near his house. silverlake, ca.


sean. silverlake, ca.


inside the abandoned house, my brother’s girlfriend yumi was looking at film negatives. the digital version looks absolutely nothing like this.


ive been working on a photographic series on forts that i have been building. aaron and i camped out in this one. i forced him to sit up while he was still asleep, just so that i could take this photo.


sean. san luis obispo, ca.


back in san francisco near the cliffhouse.


cliffhouse. sf, ca.


sean. san francisco, ca.


a self portrait of me from the summer through my homemade pinhole camera; roadtrip to connecticut.


daly city, ca.


renee and i on her car and last of the christmas tree forest, before i had to leave to head to the airport and come back to ny. photo by jake baker.

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thats all for now. let me know what you think.

The Eddie Adams Workshop

I attended this prestigious workshop in upstate NY last October called THE EDDIE ADAMS WORKSHOP. Eddie Adams was the famous war photographer who shot the man getting shot in the head during the Vietnam War. For the past 19 years, he has ran this workshop (but passed away in 2003.) Each year, the workshop admits 100 students from around the world to attend. This year, about 6000 students applied. They admit you based on the merit of your portfolio and teacher recommendations. Over 100 of the “top photographers” from all over the world are at this workshop. People from TIME, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, NY MAG/TIMES, ETC, and really well known war photographers attend and lecture. There were portfolio nights where you could show your work to these people and theyd give you feedback or a possible interest in your work, leading to potential career opportunities. Anyway, 100 students are divided into 10 teams, with 10 members. They posted the group presentations; You can view them at :

www.eddieadamsworkshop.com

I was on the Green Team (miss them dearly). Check it out, and apply if you are interested. It was a really interesting and wonderful experience, and encourage all that are interested in photojournalism or photography in general to apply.

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