Anonymous asked: Who are some people you'd like to shoot?
Celebrity wise: Jessica Lange, Saul Williams, Winona Ryder, Sade, Molly Ringwald, Maya Angelou, Chino Moreno, Thom Yorke, Shannyn Sossamon and the list goes on. But I’d LOVE to shoot some people that inspire me here on Tumblr as well.
3:35 pm • 29 November 2013 • 9 notes
“You can be lonely even when you are loved by many people, since you are still not anybody’s one and only.”
— Anne Frank
3:47 am • 22 November 2013 • 10 notes
Went to a local Goodwill store to see if they had any point-and-shoot film cameras; specifically a Yashica T4, but no luck. On the upside, I bought more film to shoot for my to Palmdale for Thanksgiving. I hope everyone enjoyed their weekend.
3:40 pm • 17 November 2013 • 14 notes
Anonymous asked: What female has intrigued you the most out of every one you have encountered?
It’s impossible for me to choose one. Any woman I’ve come across whose broken the mold of conformity and has not subjected herself to just being something to look at and more of someone who creates and cultivates has intrigued me. I hope that answers your question.
9:28 pm • 10 November 2013 • 15 notes
Narcissism or Self-expression?
It’s difficult to really appreciate a person’s photograph(s) without knowing if they will appreciate the compliment with a humbled mind or use it as a way of massaging their ego’s. I understand that self-portraits or “selfies” are the “it” thing, but can some people honestly say they do it just for the sake of doing it? Or do they do it to “fish” for likes, comments and reblogs? I have no problem with self-portraits, but constantly posting photographs of yourself just to have random people validate you is a bit much. Less is more.
6:13 pm • 3 November 2013 • 19 notes
Under rule of the night sky,
We inhale the natural high
With hands between warm,
2:16 am • 22 October 2013 • 13 notes
That night, we sealed our souls
Within a four cornered comfort
Without choice, the walls became the
Our forbidden lust dance.
My lips at the ready, I gave
Appreciation to her flesh, marking her
Vital spots with the nectar I had
Extracted from her honey hive below
4:54 pm • 10 October 2013 • 14 notes
“I find photography a most mysterious process—capturing that moment in time and space, elusive and fleeting, and crystallizing it. You have made a photograph. It is it’s own thing now. To me, that is thrilling.”
— Jessica Lange
5:58 pm • 23 September 2013 • 31 notes