Archive for the ‘Photography’ Category

Mark Dwinell “Drive” Music Video

Friday, January 16th, 2015


“Drive” by Mark Dwinell
Official Music Video
From Mark Dwinell “Golden Ratio” LP (Amish Records, 2015)

I made this music video for “Drive” by Mark Dwinell of Forma using hundreds of photographs taken around Woodstock NY and Portland OR in autumn of 2014.

Read more about Mark Dwinell’s “Drive” at AdHoc

Rich Tu: There Will Be No Survivors

Sunday, March 11th, 2012


I made a video about There Will Be No Survivors, a show of new images by Rich Tu that happened on February 23, 2012 at Norwood in New York City

More photos and words at Rich Tu: The Blog

Brain Melters – Long Distance Poison

Thursday, December 22nd, 2011

Long Distance Poison in Noisey web

Noisey wrote about Long Distance Poison and ran a photo of mine along with this video of my very first performance with Long Distance Poison at The School House.

“Though a lot of folks might consider drone and sound art to be the least musical music you could make, I often find that freaky experimental improvisers are the ones most knowledgeable and wide-ranging about all kinds of pop. It’s like they pushed so far into music nerddom that they popped out on the other side of the wormhole and then channel sounds from a musical bizarroverse.” – Nat Roe, Noisey

Read more about Long Distance Poison at Noisey

Audiences and Afterthoughts

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011


Read Know Your Audience: Matthew Caron Faces the Music with Audiences and Afterthoughts at The PhotoSynth Project

Geneva Jacuzzi, Puro Instinct + John Maus

Monday, July 11th, 2011

Pictures for Impose Magazine of Geneva Jacuzzi’s first Brooklyn appearance opening for Puro Instinct and John Maus at Glasslands on June 28th 2011.


Read about Geneva Jacuzzi, Puro Instinct + John Maus at Impose Magazine

Surf Park

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Pictures from Surf Park – a beach party in McCarren Park sponsored in part by Make Music NY and Brooklyn PA that happened on Tuesday, June 21 for Impose Magazine. Featuring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Dan Friel, Fables, Friends and Freecare.


Read about Surf Park at Impose Magazine

IMPOSE Weird Magic Ball

Sunday, June 19th, 2011

Photos from the IMPOSE Weird Magic Ball on Friday, June 18 at Babycastles HQ 285 Kent, for Impose Magazine. Along with Laurel Halo’s devestating electro tsunami, White Rainbow left his guitar in the van and honed in on some prime-time disco wonk while La Big Vic sounded tuned and primed for the festival circuit. With Co La, Tonstartssbandht, and Time Wharp.


Read about the IMPOSE Weird Magic Ball at Impose Magazine

Greatest Hits 7″ Release Party

Tuesday, June 7th, 2011

Photos of Greatest Hits, Friends and Featureless Ghost at Brooklyn Fireproof on May 27th, 2011 for Impose Magazine // Presented by Vibes Management


Read Greatest Hits 7″ Release Party at Impose Magazine

DOM and Total Slacker on 4/20

Friday, April 22nd, 2011

Photos of DOM, Total Slacker, Fergus & Geronimo and Friends at Bowery Ballroom on April 20th, 2011 for Impose Magazine


Read DOM and Total Slacker on 4/20 at Impose Magazine


Tuesday, February 15th, 2011

Photographs and a few words about a John Maus concert for Vice Magazine


John Maus is a philosopher, professor, and musical composer who used to perform with Ariel Pink and Panda Bear. Nowadays he’s more or less exclusively a solo act. When he performs, Maus hits a button on his sequencer and launches into the most passionate, sweaty karaoke act you’ve ever seen, alternately jabbing his eye or his heart with the microphone while spit dribbles down his chin. My girlfriend loves John Maus. She says she loves John Maus because “he’s a mentally ill creep and hella hunky.” My girlfriend says I “should also note that he basically wears a uniform every day of his life: a button up shirt and New Balances. I’ve never seen him perform in anything else.” Here is my girlfriend’s hella hunky love at Market Hotel a few nights ago.

Read the rest at Vice Magazine