Thursday, December 20, 2007

Daydreaming about summer...

But loving every minute of winter..

Monday, December 10, 2007

A few seconds of Art Basel and Ed

Here's a little glimpse of Ed's Art Kabinett installation at the art fair in Miami. Enjoy!! This was filmed on my new little Flip video camera that Ed gave me for our 16 year anniversary, yeah!

Monday, November 26, 2007

Thank you!!

Thank you to the people who post comments!! Now it's time to move onto to a new post, about the lower half of people.

Saturday, November 24, 2007

Is there anybody out there?

I kind of had this idea that I wouldn't post a new blog until someone comments on the one at hand. But that could be never and the fine people at RVCA would like us all to update every week so I'm not waiting around anymore. By the way I'm not really angry with all you non-commenters, I just thought this photo was funny.

Wednesday, October 3, 2007

This past summer I went along on a RVCA skate/art trip. The art part was that Ed and I were in a group show at Anti Social. The skate part was that the team was going to go around and do demos and film. Thankfully they didn't send me home after the art show was over. So while traveling around I was shooting photos, along with Ed, Jimmy and Mike. I had a great time! I even added another year to my age.

Beautiful tattoos on a beautiful lady.

We saw one of these street perfomers on the ground after she fell. She looked embarrassed, it was to dark to take her photo.

There was a comedy festival going on in Montreal while we were there. I think these people were impersonating some great comedy troupe but I have no idea who?

Someone we were sharing the road with.

I love old people. Especially when they're wearing hats.

Ferry crossing to Victoria Island.

A photo I'm not sure if I should have taken.

A quaint little yard sale.

This girl brought back memories of when my bestfriend Ann used to dress like this, 22 years ago.

Friday, September 7, 2007

Spin the bottle Birmingham, England style

To start off I never actually played spin the bottle when I was a kid, I was to scared... Though I did have fun watching my friends do it way back then. But now, 20 some years later I watched in amazement and shock. (Which shows because I didn't always have my camera focused. So some photos ended up blurry.) I guess I just don't remember back in my day when the bottle landed on two boys that they would actually kiss! Honestly I'm so old I don't think two girls back then would have kissed either! At least that's all they actually did at this game of spin the bottle. When I was a kid the ante was always upped when you landed on the same two people, like you would first kiss, just a little peck, then a tongue kiss, and then the two would have to get up and leave to go somewhere dark and secluded. Everyone thinks they were doing something really crazy, which is why I didn't want to play. Anyway, this is what I saw one day in Birmingham while all the guys I was with were skating.
To be young again....

Sunday, July 8, 2007

My first book is now out!

The book is published by PAMBooks and you can get it from Someday Store's new online shop. Or if you live in Melbourne, Australia, just go over there and buy it.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

sign of the times

Just a little light reading this time. Hopefully with less spelling mistakes...

Deanna T.

Wednesday, May 30, 2007

words can never hurt me

Still no photos from my last Europe trip... I've been a little busy/lazy. But here are a few from last year around California. I have to admit as I travel around Australia, Europe and Asia it only seems to be the states where I see young women with hard, confronting words written on them. Words that make me atleast think about what they are trying to non-verbally communicate. The young girl with 666 written on her was for the occasion that the day was June 6th, 2006. I understand that, the "die whore" not really sure if she was talking about herself or someone she really disliked. It did make me think of myself when I was younger, how I would write such negative things about myself, and how far from that I have come. The "evil cunt" tattoo, it's not just only the words thats struck me but the imagry, the hands grasping, pulling at the woman. The young woman herself did not seem evil or a cunt, she was actually really friendly in letting me photograph her tattoo. Her tattoo did make me think would I ever feel that stronge about something to permantly display it on my skin. I do have a few tattoo's myself but they are more of the floral pattern. Nothing to confronting there. And last but not least the "jacob owns this". This one made me look at myself. The thought of someone owning me. It's hard for me to let this go, I know it's definitely been scrubbed off by now, and maybe she doesn't even remember it, no big woop, but those words. These words don't hurt me but they definitely got me thinking.

Thursday, May 24, 2007

I just got back from Europe...

I will put up some photos when I get them ready!