January was an especially chilly month for Atlanta. Our city was locked down for a week by five inches of snow, slush, then ice. I made a video with a brilliant painter, Beth Petri; shot a roller-skating party for Creative Loafing; photographed a man and his donkey for a painting my mom, Parlee Chambers, was [...]
Towards the end of 2010, I went on two stints with the fine fellows at The Million Dollar Road Trip, documenting their travels. During our first two weeks together, we explored Texas: living out of an Airstream, meeting exciting new people every day, and taking showers when they were offered(twice?). These photos don’t represent a particular [...]
We shot this quick video at Fox Bros Barbecue. The editing was less quick, but that’s how it goes. Lots of fun, wanted to make it semi-candid.
The beauty of photography for me is having no control over the environment or subject, only of my mind, body, and camera. I don’t consider portraits my strong suit, I tend to freak out when I have so much control over a subject, it’s like there are too many choices. I wanted to share a [...]
And so another year passes. Overall, 2010 was not a gem of a year from a political, environmental, or economic standpoint. I’m thankful to be able to say that I had a strong year, a good year. I saw a lot, I worked a lot, and I grew a lot. I also had the opportunity to [...]