Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Pho Art

Stenciling rocks. Especially after eating some delicious Pho for lunch. It's amazing how detailed you can be with just an xacto knife some freezer paper, ink and your trusty iron.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

What's for Dinner.

Beauty's for dinner, man. Ever eaten nasturtium blossoms? Spicy and delicious.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Rainy Day Reflections

It's pouring today, which is perfect for some book reading, and so I took the time to finish up this one: The Omnivore's Dilemma by: Michael Pollan. It's by far one of the best non fiction books I have ever had the pleasure of eating, um, reading. And it's left me with some really inspiring ideas for photo projects to come, amongst other things mostly related to the table and my appetite. But let's stick to the photos for now...

A photo project has now been born in my brain, inspired by the divide between what nature has given us to sustain ourselves, and what agricultural & industrial lengths we have gone to thwart her and the balance between us and the earth. I'd like to visit certain places where things have veered terribly off course and also ones where humans are working to regain balance and re-connect us with the cycle of life (and death).

As a visual medium of communication, photography can get people viscerally in touch with the state of our relationship & connection to our environment in a way I believe words sometimes lack. In a basic sense, it's harder to for the eyes to glaze over color, texture & form than black and white words on a page. But for now, on this rainy day, as I am typing black words on a white box right here... I thought I'd leave you with a couple of images that invoke the spirit of The Pastoral from back in the day.

Our strawberry picking road trip was fun & delicious.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Website Launch!

So. Finally it's about to happen. Our website is about to go live.

We are so excited to be able to post new photos and show ye old friends and family what we have been working on for the past 6 years. Stay tuned for fun posts here of recent work and some trips back in time, too. thanks for your support!