Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Monday, December 3, 2012

Missing our walks.

It's been about a month since I've gone downtown H.B. to shoot. I miss it. Miss the people watching. Or lurking, whatever you want to call it... But I know this is just a temporary set back. And I should probably just shut up about it.

Friday, November 16, 2012

The last time I ever saw Fugazi play.

In 2001 Ed, our friend Geoff and I decided to drive out to Tucson Arizona to see Fugazi play a show and then afterward they could get some skating in.
After the show Ian encouraged me to come to a couple of more if I didn't have to get back home right away.
So, Ed and Geoff dropped me off at car rental place and I was ready to follow along for a bit. But then another friend of ours, who was also driving behind the band said he would pick me up from the rental place and to return my car. So I did. We caught up with Fugazi that night at a venue in Phoenix, Arizona called the Celebrity Theater. It was a great show, the stage in the middle rotated 360degrees. I think Joe expressed concern about getting dizzy playing in circles. No one got sick. These photos were not from that show. The next day we drove to Tuba City, Arizona to see them play at Grey Hills High School. This was the very last time I had the pleasure, the honor of seeing one of my favorite bands ever. April 13th, 2001. I don't rub it in much but Ed definitely blew it by not coming along with me!

Monday, October 1, 2012

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Just walking around.

I absolutely love when I come across kids wearing Crass shirts, especially when they don't have a mohawk. Main Street to the pier, Huntington Beach. 2012

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Budapest, 2011

Sometimes I just have to stop what I'm doing and think to myself how fortunate and blessed I am to have these wonderful adventures. This trip was in January of 2011. The reason I was there was to help Ed set up the 3rd leg of his European tour. The man being embraced is also the man who brought us out there, Zsolt Petranyi. He was the museum director. Laying out some of the 1700 plus work that we will be installing. I hope we make it back someday..