I had the honor of meeting and photographing the music writer and senior editor of Pitchfork back in March for the June issue of Bust Magazine – pick it up on newsstands now! I saw her read from her new book The First Collection of Criticism by a Female Rock Critic in Greenpoint tonight. It’s an amazing collection of writing the delves much further beyond music and into culture at large. She’s charming, witty, and down-to-earth – it was great to work with you Jessica!
I had the extreme pleasure of spending an evening last week with Ragnar Kjartansson and the Allstar Band at Luhring Augustine. Here are some photos I took that night.
Here’s the final version of the video I made with Doom Trumpet this fall. I had a completely magical time making it. I hope you can see it in final cut…and scroll down for more posts on witches and still shots from the shoot….Click the link above to listen to the entire album!
…it was called something like that. It was basically a super hot and sweaty fun birthday dance party at the Center for the Advancement of Contemporary Art, which is the home to to a few friends’ art studios, located in Williamsburg. Talibam! played in Maya Hayuk’s studio space (those are her rad paintings in the background) – they were weird and awesome. Here’s a photo:
1100 miles of gossip, snowstorms, music and snacks to end up in Memphis, our first major stop on the way to New Orleans. While lost in Memphis today we stumbled into Sun Studios for a tour of the birthplace of rock & roll recordings by Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, and Jerry Lee Lewis (among many others). I like getting lost.
Sometimes the recipe for a perfect summer day in New York requires one thousand other like-minded people who want to let their hair down and dance. Last Sunday I joined the masses on the Williamsburg Waterfront to wild-out at the Cut Copy show. I got to meet up with some old friends, drink, dance and bask in the feeling of freedom that should accompany the summer season.
I’ve been working/worrying way too hard the last month. Summer needs to feel more like this: