Posts Tagged ‘san francisco’

Some previews from my upcoming Analog:Glitch show in SF

This coming Saturday is the opening for my my Analog:Glitch art show in San Francisco. The goal of the show is to mix old school film with digitally tweaked iPhone images to create something weird and new. I’ve got a bunch of pieces I’m still working on for the show, including some really unique back […]

Buy American Analog photo zine on the site

I’m working on updating my online shop, but for now I’ve decided to just create a single page for ordering copies of my American Analog zine online. It’s only a flat $10 shipped within the US. Easy! I’ve also created a new video about the zine too. Thanks to my friend David for his work […]

American Analog: Manchester Mark

I met Mark on the corner of 6th and Mission. It was a foggy day and for some reason I kept bumping into people with guitars during my stroll. I stopped Mark to talk about his mandolin and snap some shots of Mark before he disappeared into back into the fog.

American Analog: Rocker Guitar

Mark likes to keep an oven mitt on the head of his guitar to keep it from getting banged up while he walks around. Though he considers himself a shy guy, he admits that he sometimes enjoys the extra attention the oven mitt brings him. “This morning a little girl on the MUNI high-fived my […]

American Analog: Climber’s Prom

Last week was our 2nd annual Climber’s Prom at Mission Cliffs. As with last year’s photos, I stuck with Lomo’s 800 ISO color negative film. A few of these shots are from my Diana F+, but most of my favorites were shot on my GR-1 (which is great with color and low light). I’m posting […]