Posts Tagged ‘photography’

Several years ago now, I was interviewed by Dani Burlison for the fantastic, but short lived, Petals and Bones zine/website. Since this interview is no longer available on line, I’ve decided to post it again, here. I’m fairly certain that the self-portrait above was the author image affixed to the original interview. Sadly, the words […]


self matsuri

21Feb16

Last year, on September 22nd, I finally got around to visiting Osaka’s Self Matsuri (or ‘Self Festival’ — セルフ祭 in Japanese), a DIY street festival held in the Shinsekai neighborhood that I’ve wanted to attend ever since it was first organized several years ago. The festival primarily takes place in a branch of the Shinsekai […]


Photo data, from the top. 1) Dada shows up for a part-time job advertising for a pachinko parlor.  (Voigtlander Bessa-L, 15mm Heliar, Fuji 400 Superia) 2) Seafood restaurant in the Tenjinbashi-suji Shotengai. (Voigtlander Bessa-L, 15mm Heliar, Fuji 400 Superia) 3) Whity shopping town in Umeda. (Voigtlander Bessa-L, 15mm Heliar, Fuji 400 Superia) 4) Gyoza restaurant […]


The final installment of my favorite photographs from a 2011/2012 trip back to the US.  These shots were taken using either a Voigtlander Bessa-L with 15mm Heliar wide-angle lens, a Voigtlander Bessa-T with 50mm Nokton lens, or the medium-format Fujifilm GF670 (Voigtlander Bessa III) set in 6×7 mode.  You can view all 91 photos in […]


Some of my favorite Ricoh GRD2 shots from a 2012 trip back to the States.


Some of my favorite GRD2 shots — in no particular order — from a 2011 trip back to the US, including a shot of the (re-created) Henry David Thoreau cabin at Walden Pond. For some reason the Ricoh seems to like to take shots that seem to have a lot of silence in them.  I […]


Since I just got back from a trip to the US, I was reminded of the fact that I took a ton of photos when I was visiting in 2011 and 2012, but haven’t really posted any of them.  So in no particular order, and with entirely no context, here are a few of my […]