“What is that feeling when you’re driving away from people and they recede on the plain till you see their specks dispersing? – it’s the too-huge world vaulting us, and it’s good-bye. But we lean forward to the next crazy venture beneath the skies.” -Kerouac … This is going to be a great week. It can be anything really, I choose great, hope you all do too. … This photo took me about 30 minutes of waiting for enough time for traffic to subside and for people to get off the shoulder. I ran out into the highway like a crazy person and snapped off 50 shots half blind because more cars were coming. But got the one I needed. So glad I took this moment and was able to share this great scene I experienced on my way back down south. . . . . . . @jeep
October 21, 2019
I’ve always been guilty of blurring the lines between friends and family and honestly I’m not mad about it. We threw a great event and had a solid turnout for @trucky_mctruckface ’s 40th with @riggedfordirt . Raised quite a few hundred dollars for @c.o.r.v.a after a fun raffle and people left happy. That’s what it’s about. The smiles. And there were plenty. … … @jeep
August 4, 2019
Been thinking about this talk by @pepwilliams I attended with @b4ster at @connectingthings.co and one thing which resonated was how he spoke about “access”. How access is the one thing that can differentiate good from “extra” “ordinary”. As artists, designers and photographers we have to stay open to any moment and opportunity that comes up. That one awkward meet-up with an old coworker, a night out with new friends or some shit job you really don’t want to do but take anyways could lead to something altogether unexpected and larger. It’s being open to all possibilities while placing yourself in serendipity’s path that can lead to your access of subjects, opportunities and connections that will start the next chapter of your career.
February 17, 2018