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Some sneak previews from my new portfolio…. Pilgrims waiting for the ceremony to start at the Golden Temple, Amritsar, India.
I met Dom in Agra and 24 hours later we were walking through the gates of the golden temple in Amritsar. He had been in India for about 48 hours and was a little jetlagged so he loaded hi speed b&w film into his Nikon F5 to shoot with. As soon as he saw the golden temple he realized his mistake and said “what kind of idiot shoots black and white at the golden temple!?? I mean, really?!” Undeterred, he shot some amazing and totally unique work that night as we spent the whole night wandering the temple grounds. This is one of my favorites.
You should check out his other work and if you like it as much as i do please consider pledging to his kickstarter to help him cover the costs of mounting his exhibition at the Other Art Fair. Details here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/238147083/exhibition-at-the-other-art-fair-london
Canyons of Wealth, Financial District NYC. Kiev-88 (Soviet Hasselblad 1000F clone) and Kodak Tmax 400
Rue De Thermopylae, 14th Arr. Paris, my favorite alleyway in my old neighborhood. Tri-X 100 and Pentax ME Super.
When you need a lawyer and a strong drink in short order, possibly simultaneously. Downtown NYC through the lens of my Soviet-era FED-3 camera always looks grittier than an already gritty reality.
New Years Eve 2013 but this classic could have come from any point in the last century. Shot with a Yashicamat 124G with Kodak TMax 400 and a Spirotone flash.
I have the plague that has been making the rounds, when I die please take me to the graveyard in this baller Caddy El Camino hearse I saw in Brooklyn.