COME ON DIE YOUNG
Some shots from Cody’s ranch in Wimberley, TX.
Devin on SoCo & this guy at House park.
4 x 5′s of Collin and Paul.
Finally scanned in these Hassy shots.
Christmas Tree Massacre 2015
A few shots from some disposable camera I brought with me to Colorado.
Some of the first photos I ever took with a 4x5 camera.
Fri, 10 Jul 2015
A few more re-edits from SXSW 2015.
Thu, 09 Jul 2015
Re-edit of a few photos I took during SXSW this year. Courtesy of Bones for the text on the first image.
Tue, 07 Jul 2015
We slept on the streets of Amsterdam. It was unbelievably cold. Then we went to a Banksy gallery.
Sun, 21 Jun 2015
We skated this underground foot bridge in London. We went to South Bank before it got torn down. We skated with the Element shop dudes.
Mon, 29 Jun 2015
We went to a party in Brighton with a few people we met at the skatepark. Owners of LEVEL skateshop gave me a display case for my books. Then we stayed at some hostel in London.
Sun, 28 Jun 2015
This is at Beachy Head in Eastbourne.
Fri, 26 Jun 2015
We finally landed in England. We skated two parks in Eastbourne, one a mile away from Shaun’s, another by the shore.
Wed, 17 Jun 2015
We went to the beach for Lacey’s birthday. We saw an interesting looking trailer and decided to go knock on their door to see if we could talk to whoever lived there and take a few photos. This guy named Miles answered the door and was pretty ecstatic to have people want to take photos of his place. He showed us around the place which apparently used to be a restaurant called Beach Rock Cafe. Then he played us a song on his drums, showed us the first car he ever bought, told us about his numerous bands and welding business, taught us how to live past 60 (eat 3x the amount of daily vitamins doctor’s recommend—it’s what he was doing when we knocked) and told us not to drink too much or we’d end up dead like his bandmates. Thanks Miles, if you ever read this for some reason, know that you’re awesome.
Tues, 16 Jun 2015
After killing a bunch of time walking around my apartment complex, we decided to go catch the sunset at S. Congress bridge. We barely made it. Also, we saw a UFO.
Mon, 15 Jun 2015
“Everybody knows the Captain.”
I was eating lunch with a few friends at 34th Street Cafe when I saw this guy wheeling his way up a hill across the street. He looked so interesting that I immediately walked up to him and asked to take his portrait. Apparently he was just heading to the bus stop and had a few minutes to spare so he didn’t mind. His name is the Captain and he’s a pretty cool guy.