These photos are from May, but I’m just now sitting down to put them up here. I don’t think I can name a time before this when the world around me has been so drastically different at the beginning and end of a 36 exposure roll of film. I miss my friends and I miss being able to lay in bed with them with our feet up on the wall just talking about nothing in front of the AC all summer, but I am immensely proud to see the work those people are doing on a daily basis to improve the lives of others. A lot of June was remarkable in a way that while inspiring to be a part of is still not my place to document. I hope everyone reading this can agree that we have nothing to celebrate on this day aside from the fact that we have a clear path forward for change. America is not free until we all are and no lives matter until Black lives do. 

At the beginning of May Colin found this tiny, dirty little gray kitten in the backyard that we named Nermal. This is him getting a sink bath about ten minutes after meeting us.

He’s asleep in my lap right now and he’s about four times this size. 

Flowers for playing pranks.

We are never more than two feet apart.

I’m not sure how anyone can argue that we still need confederate monuments in this country anymore when we have the inspiring, the historic, the inimitable...

That’s a wrap for now. Be back soon.

I’m working on a way to offer print sales soon, but in the meantime if you’d like to own something physical of mine I have a page in the new book Past Lives from Risolve Studio along with 35 other amazing artists. The book will be available through pre-order only which ends July 22nd and 30% of proceeds are being donated to The Loveland Foundation.


I dropped a brand new (to me) Olympus Mju II on the pavement halfway through my first roll with it and lost most of the roll to light leaks. I hadn’t shot Delta 3200 in a long time and I always forget I hate to scan it, but I do like the hilarious grain even if it’s incorrect. 

We had to wait two hours to bowl this night so we took the Olive Garden buzzer they gave us to the bar next door and by the time they gave us a lane we were too drunk to do anything but trick shots.

Trick shots only!!

Feeling very pressured to “make the best of” what’s going on in the world right now and have some crazy project to show for this time, but all my best photos are of my friends having fun. The most ambitous thing I’ve done since March was listening to all of the Oasis singles in order on a drive with Colin. I’ve also listened to five of the Harry Potter books in the last two weeks so I’m just getting great at consuming media in general.

I recently gave the Oasis documentary from 2016 another watch and even though I remember being completely underwhelmed by it a year or two ago it really did the trick the second time. 


I don’t know how to start this blog post without sounding like an “in these trying times” brand email so here’s a playlist I made to go along with these new photos based on what’s been playing in my house lately.

Not 100% sure how this blog is going to work or how this format might evolve over time, but for now here are some photos of my inside and outside life from about early March until now.

Colin asked me what I thought happened underneath the top layer of this clearing and I said “probably sexual stuff”.

The record playing in this photo was “i’m not as good at it as you” by S.

Hunting for the “The Stand” by Stephen King in the public library a week or two before the pandemic was at the forefront of anyone’s mind.

What really makes this photo for me is the Kool & The Gang billboard.

Best part of my day.

This test was negative, but I found the whole scene pretty dramatic. Turns out my new ADHD meds just make me barf in the mornings.

That’s all I’ve got for now. See y’all in a little while. ︎