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Elise and I traveled to the path of totality on the 21st. Even though I went woefully photographically unprepared and wasn’t even sure if I was going to bother with […]
Whenever Kishi Bashi, and more recently, Kishi Bashi and Tall Tall Trees come through town, I make an effort to show up. I don’t do music or concert photography as […]
Built in 1936 under the guide of architect Howard Cheney via the New Deal program and closed in the 1970s, this Post Office has seen better days.
Finally got around to making my first accurate photogrammetry model – this one is of a piece of exterior stonework that I saved from the pile of rubble that […]
Kishi Bashi and Tall Tall Trees put on one of the best shows I’ve ever been to in my life last year in October – I’m finally able to share […]
I enjoy repeat visits of places that I’ve photographed before. Not only because I like to see how they’ve changed over the years, but because I enjoy the challenge of finding […]
It’s sad walking through the abandoned hallways of a once-bustling school. The ghosts of what once remained – kids yelling, running, talking, filling classrooms, learning – are gone and replaced […]
I was lucky enough to pretty much stumble upon the State of the Art of Architecture Exhibition at the Chicago Cultural Center on its final day. Glad took the time […]
Shot this a while back and edited it a few weeks ago, but I figured it couldn’t hurt to post it to my blog as well in case people aren’t following […]
At this rate, I’ll be posting the rest of my photos before the week is over! Here’s one from Arches. I had Elise stop the car for a second so […]