I’ve been having a hard time with photography lately. I just don’t really want to shoot right now. I figured writing about it might help me understand it a little better.
Time for another interview! Kyle Myles is a photographer I’ve been following for a while now. I have particularly been impressed with his style of personal documentary and his playful compositions are often complex, layered and dynamic. I talked to him about his approach to photography, his favourite photo books, documenting his family, and how […]
I realise I am a bit late to the party here, I meant to type this up during my Christmas break but life got in the way. While I was off work I was busy painting our kitchen, and since decorating is super boring, I got thinking about my failures and achievements during 2017. I […]
I recently took some time out to speak with someone I’ve been wanting to interview for a long time. Sean Lotman is a California-born photographer now based in his adopted home of Kyoto, Japan. He is one of the most unique photographers I know. It is rare to call a photographer unique these days, but […]
As I am sure you are aware by now, I have been in the process of releasing my first zine ‘All We Have Is Now’ recently. I figured I might as well share my experiences and tips with you in case it is helpful to anyone else who’s thinking of releasing a zine of their […]
Time for another interview, this time with the surrealistic guru Jack Simon (San Francisco, California) who took some time out to speak with me and talk about the production of his latest zine entitled ‘People of Earth’.
It’s interview time again! This time I catch up with Matt Gomes (San Jose, California). Matt keeps a photo diary over on his blog that I’ve followed for a while. The majority of my work forms a personal diary so Matt is someone I’ve been wanting to talk to for a while. I’ve been sharing […]
I’m flying out to Seoul, South Korea, at the end of the month to meet up with my best bud, JT White, and thought this might be a good time to tell you what I’m taking with me. This will actually be my first trip alone overseas, and since Faye is not coming with me […]
In the past year, I’ve lost count of how many cameras I’ve tried. I’ve been on the search for my next camera ever since my Ricoh GR started getting problems with dust and debris getting on the sensor.
In my last post on film photography I talked about finding the perfect film camera. This time I’m gonna talk about the process and the aesthetic and give you an insight into where I’m at now with my film photography.