Took this photo in the Notre Dame cathedral in Montreal. There must have been at least 30 other photographers taking photos alongside me, but this place merits many photos. I don’t know that a single photo could do this space justice, but here is my take on Notre Dame.
In case you haven’t seen the first volume of “SERVE: The Work”–my collaboration with Nina Arsenault–I have added a gallery of photos from the book on my site.
Book I was published this summer in a limited run of 500, on large format, glossy paper.There are still a few copies available for sale via Paypal.
An expanded e-book edition of SERVE: The Work with all new photos will be released in November. Book II will be published in 2013.
This is what Havana looks like on a rainy summer night from the back seat of a cab.
I’m headed to Montreal for a week. I’m hoping to shoot a different person each day. I’m looking for interesting subjects & stories. If you or anyone you know is interested in a having your photo taken please contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nothing makes Torontonians come alive like a zombie walk. October 20th was Toronto’s 10th annual Zombie Walk. The walk started at City Hall, snaked around Yonge & Dundas square before making it back to City Hall. These zombies took to the streets completely blocking two lanes of traffic. There was just as many photographers as zombies. I didn’t know zombies loved cameras as much as they love brains. Here’s a selection of my favorite zombie portraits.
As Seen in Fab Magazine, Oct. 2012.