the seats we paid for on the left and where we actually ended up after a “self upgrade” on the right. now that i see them side-by-side, i’m not so sure that the closer seats provided the best view. although it was much easier getting hot dogs and beer from the lower concourse.
“i wanted a name that was academic and official but also ridiculous,” said cameron fuller in describing his purely conceptual organization: The Institute for the Perpetuation of Imaginal Processes. when i saw samples of his awesome work, my mind went into overdrive as i contemplated how i would shoot his portrait. unfortunately I was sent [...]
:: thanks to st. louis artist peat wolleager who let me hang with him for a bit in his studio. i’m also proud to call him a fellow luchador. i missed this event last year and unfortunately i’ll probably be out of town and miss this year’s lucha-fest on may 7th as well. grrrrrr!
went on a multi-city pub crawl in illinois with a busload of folks and discovered an amazing little place called the rotten apple in grafton. one dollar bills are stapled into every nook and cranny and the bartender was a pretty cool character. My friend emily even scored a free bottle of “pizza beer” which [...]
it’s always fun when the guy you’re there to photograph doesn’t mind getting into character. jim butz is preparing to play the lead role in Hamlet this summer while also studying for his master’s degree in divinity and awaiting the birth of his first child. i met up with him at his church where he [...]