Bike Kill of Brooklyn

“TAKE a dash of “Mad Max,” add a pinch of “Jackass,” sprinkle both over a wet batter of art students, bicycle messengers, anarchist welders and militant anti-globalist vegans, then let the mixture bake for, say, a decade in the oven of Brooklyn, and the resulting dish should taste a little like the Black Label Bike…

Book of my Peru images.

I just made this epic tome of my images from Peru.  I built it as a book dummy and portfolio piece.  Its about 160 pages and is being printed on high quality, Ilford Pearl Lustre paper with archival end pages, an oatmeal colored linen cover with this cool, wrap around cover sheet.  You can view…

Manure in Midtown

The PBR professional bull-riding rodeo is back gracing our shores here in NYC.   I shot it a few years back for the Huffington Post but never got it up here on MPT so here is a link to the full photo-story.  I’ve posted a couple images below along with the text which I penned (something I…

Saturday night..

My good friend Michael Toolan got a cool shot of me attempting some free-running on the Deitch Wall which at the moment has a Twist piece.

Cosas Magazine on-line

Here is a the on-line publication of A STORY I did a couple months ago for COSAS magazine about the Peruvian Basketball league.  Its in Spanish but the story got a nice lay-out.

Bullfighting in all its strange glory.

Peru has one of the oldest bullfighting rings in the world.  It dates back to the 1700’s.  It was my first bullfight and was an intense experience.  Hot, dusty, bloody & cruel but steeped in tradition with colorful pomp and circumstance, this spectacle is a cultural relativist’s dream debate.  Is it a sport?  Not sure. …

Images from recent magazine shoots in Peru

I recently did two shoots for a beautiful magazine in Peru called COSAS.  They are an up-scale magazine and have at least 7 different magazines in the COSAS family (food, Mens, Home, Design, etc).  They were super excited about me doing some reportage for them and I submitted a long list of pitches (including Shamans…