Posts Tagged ‘photography’
I love Jeremy’s poster for this month’s PANIC! and I think a lot of other people did too as it was stolen off the walls of Beauty Bar a couple of times. Here’s some of the rest of the photos from the night. I enjoyed my set and love that people danced to the new SULK tune “Flowers”. I’m all about playing new music and bringing in new artists into our sets.
I went to C2E2 this weekend and shot these awesome photos. I had a lot of fun with friends, saw some great costumes, found the Batman figure by DC Comics from Arkham City that I’ve wanted for a while and even a Robocop figure that was a great deal I couldn’t resist. It was nice running into my friend Titania Lyn who was working a booth called I Love Boobies, and don’t we all? In the photos, check out the progress of the guy making the giant chalk drawing on the floor over the 4-5 hours that I was there. I also met artist Stephen Burger, who sold me a copy of his first and new graphic novel called Talk! and a signed print of a zombie Marilyn Monroe. Pretty damn cool.
Enjoy the slideshow below, and if you want to see the full size image, just right click on it.
I shot some new photos recently with my 35mm Kodak VR35 film camera. My friend Keith dubbed it the Darth Vader camera because it kinda looks like Darth Vader. I spent some time walking in the Loop the other night and documenting the demolition of the house across the street from me. I would guess that the 2 flat house was around 100 years old. I felt I had to take photos of it’s final hours. There’s a timelapse video in the works as well, but that’s for another post. For now, let’s enjoy the rest of the photos.
Years ago when we were throwing the Dark Wave Disco parties at Sonotheque, we had Last Night’s Party shoot some photos. I remember them being raw, scandalous, and soaked in vodka. They were pretty much just like the party. I’m glad he’s making videos and I really like what he’s doing here and I can’t wait to see more. Check out the Vimeo page to see more.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks and I haven’t posted photos from March 25th of The Old Farm dinner at Leopold. The restaurant has since closed and this was the last The Old Farm pop-up dinner that chef Michael Dean Reynolds was to have there. His guest chef was Brian Runge, formerly of Graham Elliot. Everybody seemed to have a blast cooking together I had a blast shooting all of it. It’s always exciting to be in the kitchen watching everybody work, shooting, trying not to get in their way, and tasting the food. The video edit is coming along nicely and I’ll post it very soon.
About a month ago I shot photos and video of my friend chef Michael Dean Reynolds’ popup dinner at Leopold, where he is executive chef. He brought in chef Erling Wu-Bower of Avec as the guest chef. The menu included octopus, pork belly, duck, as well as olive oil cakes for dessert.
Check out some of the photos below and stay tuned for the next one at the end of March.
Friday’s PANIC! was a lot of fun. Dark Wave Disco played early for a do312 party and then we took over for the rest of the night. Our next one is March 29th since we’re on schedule now at Beauty Bar for the last Friday of the month. For now, check out some of photos I posted on Flickr from Friday.