On the last day of 5th grade, I won the twist contest. In 11th grade, I got an award for perfect attendance. For the last 15 years, I’ve been living off the glory of winning a few skateboard contests. But now I’m pleased to announce that I’ve been awarded one of PDN’s 30 Emerging Photographers. I’m honored to be included alongside my homie Ben Rasmussen, who is daily source of inspiration, and others I admire like Bobby Doherty and Bryan Schutmaat. These days, my twist is good but great, my attendance is imperfect, and my 360 flips pretty wonky. But I assure you that this photography thing will only keep getting better.
Bryan’s a fantastic dancer, but a better photographer.
7:39 am • 27 February 2014 • 27 notes
I’m psyched to be honored for PDN 30 with all these picture slayers — Bryan Schutmaat, Bobby Doherty, Charlie Engman, Kyle Johnson, Jeff Brown, Fabio Bucciarelli, Ilona Szwarc, Camilla de Maffei, Carla Richmond, and Marcus Smith among twenty others. Class of 2014!
7:37 am • 27 February 2014 • 25 notes
Microphone at 285 Kent - December 2011
8:49 pm • 17 January 2014 • 2 notes
Couldn’t be more excited for this film.
8:34 am • 3 December 2013 • 1 note
It felt like an earthquake. Nancy Lopez was making breakfast when machines started tearing into the semi-attached house next door, ripping it to pieces and rattling the tiles off her bathroom wall.
“I thought that my house wasn’t gonna stay up,” Lopez said. “That was the worst day of my life.”
Lopez, who moved here in 1987, is one of the few remaining residents of Mount Holly Gardens, a neighborhood that no longer really exists but could fundamentally reshape civil rights law.
(Photo by Teru Kuwayama for MSNBC)
9:53 am • 12 November 2013 • 18 notes