"New York, You're Bringing Me Down: Dirty Blvd. Edition" Free e-zine

Yesterday was my birthday, but today you get the gift. I've been playing around with the images from my most recent zine, and decided to do a "re-mix." I wanted to capture the dirt and muck of the streets of NYC, at least the way I remember them years ago. I had Lou Reed on my mind (and in my headphones) as I worked on these images, hence the edition name. As a way to say "thanks" to all of you for supporting my creative endeavors, I'm making my re-mix version available for free as an e-zine. Click on the image below for a look at the layout, and to download your own copy, gratis.

A scuzzed up version of my latest NYC zine, free to download.

A scuzzed up version of my latest NYC zine, free to download.


If you really like it and want to purchase a physical copy, I've set up sales on MagCloud.
Link to purchase is below. 

Dirty Blvd. Edition

Dirty Blvd. Edition

A "scuzzy" version of my most recent New York zine. Looks like it was dragged through the gutter. Pretty much how I felt when I was shooting these images. Channeling the ghost of Lou Reed.

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City of Ghosts & Dreams

I am excited to share a new body of work on my website today. The series is a bit of a departure for me, in that it is all color photography. The pairing of the images are the result of a kind of visual improvisation, both in my approach to how I shot, as well as how I created the resulting diptychs. Everything was shot with one camera and one lens, during an extended stay in New York during the Spring of 2017. The shift of political and social winds could be felt as I roamed the streets, though I tried (but failed) to not make any overt political statements with the images. I guess the personal is political, as they say. This series will be the subject of a new book I will be releasing in the very near future. I hope you enjoy.