Always good times at the Catskills cabin with Phil and family.
My new movie website project, Cinemisto, has been updated with two new films (and will continue to be each month). The April 2015 selections are Funny Face (1957) directed by Stanley Donen and Ocean's Eleven (2001) directed by Steven Soderbergh. Click the links, or just go to the site (www.cinemisto.com) to see my favorite frames and thoughts.
To truly see the magic of the holidays in NYC, sometimes you have to brave the crowd.
Seeing Maya for the first time since I saw her in the hospital a few months earlier.
Besides the Chris Ofili exhibit, Dondre and I also checked out some other parts of The New Museum (in the Lower East Side).
One of my favorite exhibitions of 2014.
At Michael & Julia's.
Kev and I checked out the new section of the High Line. It's a nice little add-on that they'd been preparing for a while, so it was a cool to check out.
Kev showed me around John Jay and their crazy new building.
Adventures from the Sunday of the weekend that Dre came to visit at New Paltz.
Felt like I was in The Goonies movie or something. One of my new favorite places we've explored.
Teo and I went to explore a new spot and found this gem in Burger Hill, which we were lucky enough to catch as the sun was going down.
My new movie website project, Cinemisto, has been updated with two new films (and will continue to be each month). The March 2015 selections are Radio Days (1987) directed by Woody Allen and Napoleon Dynamite (2004) directed by Jared Hess. Click the links, or just go to the site (www.cinemisto.com) to see my favorite frames and thoughts.
New music video I directed, filmed, and edited for my good friend Dondre Green.
Back in October, I went with Nick and Teo to a place called Sam's Point - not too far a drive from New Paltz. It turned out to be a perfect place to see the fall colors on the trees across the region as well as explore an assortment of caves.
Met up with Laura and while we were on our way to check out a gallery, someone was giving away free giant balloons. We snatched a red one and got some shots around the park before heading to the exhibits. After a few of the shows she had to run, then I headed down to Chelsea to catch a few more before I made my way home.
Came across these little kids playing around in an unbelievable patch of light. Sometimes I can't believe how incredibly shots present themselves.
Always love finding remnants of the Art Deco period in buildings (mostly in Midtown, usually). Lucky to have came across a few this day, including a jackpot in the lobby of where some of the exhibitions were being held.
This particular shot above was in a separate gallery to the side, but the main one that got our attention (and the primary reason for the visit) was to see a small collection of Saul Leiter's photographs. I was not aware of too much of his work beforehand, so it was a good introduction.
This gallery was the main reason for heading down to Chelsea. I wanted to catch it before it closed. Jacob Hashimoto installed an amazing set of artwork that is really quite difficult to describe but looked amazing - especially at the scale it was at.