[Also see my 12/27 update: W Korea Takes My Side, Fixes Demi's] On Tuesday night, I received an aggressive and threatening letter from Martin Singer, Demi Moore’s attorney. It is marked “Confidential Legal Notice – Publication or Dissemination is Prohibited”. However, since Mr. Singer and I have no confidentiality agreement, [...]
Images from “The Lovely Bones” premiere in Hollywood, December 7, 2009.
As many of you know, I’m all about the color. Here is some recent tripolicious fashion and beauty I did with the lovely Jessa.
Bowman and his colleague Rod Lamborn offer us a short film, Meridian, that I hope you’ll enjoy as much as I did. The photography is brilliant, the music (by Tycho) is perfect, and they manage – without a word – to capture the ineffable Magic Of It All.
The story that follows is long and a bit convoluted, but it’s necessary to understand the situation and my reasoning behind releasing the images herein. On August 29, I decided to go shoot some breaking-news images of the Station Fire, a massive wildfire conflagration which continues to burn as I [...]
I am fascinated by abandoned places – wish I could photograph them more frequently. By “abandoned places” I mean buildings, offices, homes, anything that once was busy and is now dead, especially if it sits (relatively) as it was. A number of years ago I wandered through an old abandoned [...]
The Hollywood sign shot has been everywhere. It’s been really exciting. Thank you to all of you who saw it in your papers (Fargo! Tulsa! Edmonton! DC! London! Holy Moly!) and wrote to me. I feel really lucky this past week. I was at the newsstand today to check the [...]
I spent much of the afternoon and evening yesterday up in Angeles National Forest photographing the fires and general devastation up there. You can see some of the photos in my Station Fire photo album. The Associated Press has licensed a couple of them – and I’m pretty psyched about [...]
Check out these photo essays. I really want to do some of this kind of photography but have not pushed myself to do the necessary exploring. So, for now, I’ll live vicariously through photographers like Shaun. [h/t Sarah]