Well, Halloween is almost upon us and in honor of my favorite holiday, I have just dropped a new series of photographs entitled Scream Limousine for your viewing pleasure. I had the opportunity to photograph a rare, classic Packard Caribbean that came standard with Halloween colors believe it or not! So what did I do? I filled it with monsters, of course. Next week, I will release a limited edition of 4 hard bound, mini photo books to the shop of the Scream Limousine series. They're going to go very fast, so let me know if you're interested. First come, first serve. Take a look! (The rest, plus candids are here.)
More exciting news, I recently had my work featured on Who Killed Bambi? an art site out of the UK that I've admire for some time. A lot of great artists and photographers are on there, so I was very flattered to be featured.
Because Halloween is my favorite holiday, I like to get a present for myself every year; something that's unique and creepy or even cute that I can use to decorate or enjoy the holiday in the future. Well, this year's purchase was a handmade shot glass from Corneyware on Etsy. His work is amazing and my little skeleton glass is quirky and one-of-a kind. The back has a beautiful bird painted on it. His line work is amazing. I can't wait to get it! Take a look:
And speaking of creepy cute, I just happened across the beautiful, irreverent work of Frieke Janssen. More specifically, her Smoking Kids series. This series has caused quite a stir as you can imagine, but of course, the kids weren't actually smoking. My favorite part of this series is how she makes the children look like Mark Ryden paintings; bright, soft, and perfect. I love her work.
Until next time: unpleasant dreams...