Monthly Archives: March 2012

Six slices of ocean


I’ve been thinking about the ocean. So much so that I’ve gathered up some old shots, reworked a few, and had them printed in a tiny tiny book. I’ve stowed the tiny book in a gleaming titanium bottle, and cast … Continue reading

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Irukandji


Most of my life I’ve lived in the one spot. When you get old enough to see your own children growing up in the same place – but in a very different time – it changes your relationship with where … Continue reading

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Add mystery to the mundane (with Rodinal and grain)


Bzzt. Creak. Klunk. The blog is coming back to life, it seems. It’s just getting its web legs back, so I’d better not push it too far… Here are five photographs. There were all taken with lo-fi film cameras (Holga, … Continue reading

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