I recently went to Afghanistan on a major photo mission. It was the most interesting experience I’ve had in my professional work as a photographer. And challenging in far more … Read more
The Tate Modern Museum in London always has awesome photo shows, of which I’ve had the pleasure of seeing two: STREET AND STUDIO: An Urban History of Photography and EXPOSED: … Read more
Brilliant, pathetic, awesome, sad, funny, reality, insanity. There’s not much to say about this Tumblr, just look and be amazed.
This anarcho-punk band from late 70s London were an example of rebellious music aimed at England’s class politics at that time. I still see crusty kids dressed as punks wearing … Read more
Jenny Mortsell is a Swedish illustrator who I collaborate with from time to time when she chooses to use my photographs in her own photorealist drawings.
When I first saw this Saturday Night Live skit, I laughed my ass off. And still, it somehow doesn’t get old. While I’m at it, I may as well mention … Read more
I watched this on Netflix after watching Banksy’s Exit Through the Giftshop and Orwell’s F is for Fake. I wish I had seen them in the opposite order: The Rape … Read more