Another holiday season, another new year. Another 365 days of completely lax record-keeping, via this particular electronic forum.
Rolling the idea around in my head of creating some sort of project for 2015, something that will magically make me feel more productive, more useful, more valid.
But nothing stands out. I imagine I’ll continue to capture images, daily. Snapshots no one will ever see, film that never gets developed, instant photos that are never scanned.
Maybe this is enough.
September / October selects.
I’m not sure where I’m going with this, but, maybe you’ll come along.
Vintage Cinex camera
‘Cameraman sways to remember how the eye dances.’
Impossible Cyanograph Film | April 2014
Los Angeles, California
In light of recent events… I found this quote by Nelson Mandela to be appropriate.
Please feel free to share this image.
A few new additions to the vintage camera collections. These beauties are just some of the pieces that will be on display for our first Vint Rentals client, this summer!
Been busy many lots of new things for the Minor Thread shop!
A few images, from our trip to Boston a couple of years ago.
I’d never been to Boston, and maybe was much less excited about being in Boston than I was about being in New York. We had just left New York, taking the train into Boston. It was our second trip to New York, a very short one. Only enough time to see a few sights, eat some great food, visit wonderful friends– and to get engaged, over a glass of wine in the East Village.
How could a week in Boston compare to the magic of Manhattan? It was hot, it was muggy, it was.. Massachusetts. But we explored, most of the time with family, and I found so many things to photograph.
So much history, so much good food, so much brick!
So many things that I knew my father would love to see, if he ever gets a chance to visit.
By the time we left Boston and made our way back to Los Angeles, I found myself missing it… I missed sitting in a cafe on a hot afternoon, sipping Campari and soda… I missed the gelato… the beautiful buildings.
Boston, I am thinking of you, today.