Monday, December 26, 2011

Paradigm Magazine Interview

 Check out my interview over at Paradigm Magazine.
A limited amount of my photos are available for sale at their online store. Check it out!

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Dinosaur Jr. in Costa Mesa.

Rollins interviewed the band before they played the entire "Bug" album.
Lou explains the early days.
The surprise opening act.
Toody of Pierced Arrows, formerly Dead Moon.
J. scorching a solo and slaying ear drums.
Murph and Lou, the backbone of the Dinosaur.
"Did you hear that?"
Henry and J. unwind in the green room.
 You should have seen him play that cellphone...
Bye Henry!

Thursday, December 15, 2011


 A Seagull seagulling.
The third wheel even gets to play in this fox tail fantasy.
Its not even mine.
Awwww lucky!
A confusing female power top mount.
Then things got awkward.
 His zoom lens is fully erect.

Sunday, December 11, 2011

iPost Vol. 1

iPhone photo dump.
 Cayucos, CA 4th of July
 Stars without their make up.
 My Asian girlfriend.
 Tempster gets wet.
 Your life is a game,
 July 7th Newspapers.
 Grif in $125 worth of LRG
"Have you seen my grandson?"
Geriatric all-terrain cruiser.
 Fun slides at camp!
 My camp roommate was real nice!
 Raised by Coyotes.

Monday, December 5, 2011

Puffing the Eternal Flame

 Speedboat explosion in Huntington Harbor.
Like a true gentleman, Johnny lights his lady friend Griffin's cigarette.
"Going out for a run honey!"
Beer run.
Cameron Stephens spreads his wings in Long Beach, CA.

Saturday, November 26, 2011

My Best Friend

Here is a photo of me as a 3 year old sharing some mint n' chip with my best friend Henri in Balboa.  My aunt Cathy gets the photo credit on this one. This is a great photo and I would be more than happy if I stumbled across this scene walking down the street with my camera.

Monday, November 21, 2011


San Pedro, California.
October 20th 5:30pm
Pete pushes out dust from his prune hole.

Friday, November 4, 2011

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Alternative Lifestyle

Ancient flautist plays
notes from a far away land.
Still no one listens.

A Haiku by Grant Hatfield
"Yes good...touch my monkey."
Ever since the sequels stopped being made Spiderman's life hasn't been the same.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

disposable camera: Camp Mackall

Just some bros, holding it down.
"Sup wit dat, my friend?"
Obama came and made sure things were chill.
But then things got heavy...

In 2006 I had a random job opportunity that fell into my lap. Being 19 years old and just moved out of my parents house I was feeling pretty adventurous at the time so I jumped at the opportunity. After a few background checks, some government clearance and a couple plane rides later I found myself at an army base in North Carolina. There were faux Iraqi villages amongst the pines with goats, chickens and bonfires a blaze. Soldiers ready for deployment were taking their final exam of engaging in mock battlefield scenarios with real Iraqi people and I was there to capture it all on video. Looking back at this experience I find myself wishing I was into shooting photos back then because of all the photo gold that was happening around me. At least I had the foresight to bring a disposable camera and here is the grainy proof.