The Lost America Blog

One night workshop at Cypress Lawn

Last year I agreed to co-host a one-night photography workshop with Jon Haeber at Cypress Lawn cemetery in Colma this coming June. My payment: unlimited, private, night-shooting access, from the management at the most prestigious San Francisco cemetery (and yes, it’s impossible to sneak into: speaking from experience, the place is jammed with alarms and […]

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Maidenhair Deluxe

  One of the traffic-stopping 6-foot prints at my current show at 111 Minna Gallery, which hangs until 3/26. Friday is the only night the gallery is open to the public this week. If you want to drop by and say hi, I will be there from 5-9. Couldn’t make the opening? Here’s your second […]

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The Opening is Tonight!

Try to imagine this as a 6 foot print, cuz that’s what it is.  It’s like you could climb right in. You know all about the show, right? 111 Minna Gallery, San Francisco  Opening TONIGHT! 5 to 11+. Here’s some last minute points and FAQs: The venue is 21 and over only.  Don’t bring the […]

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Imperial Floaters

Today marks one week until the opening of my solo show at 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco.  I just dropped off the last of the show at the gallery minutes ago, and it feels like a huge weight has been lifted from my shoulders.  The 6 footers are stunning. Overwhelming. Here is another new image, shot last […]

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Hot Enough to Melt Aluminum

Burned out airliner hulk, Aviation Warehouse, shot last winter. Never online before. It’s been printed at 2 x 3 feet for the show.

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Interview about the Show

My old pal Joe Reifer interviewed me for his photography blog with a lot of questions about the show. It’s pretty informative and even features a couple sweet shots of framed pieces, I just picked up.

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The Ehrmantraut

Like it’s hovering over the junkyard floor. 145 seconds under the full moon, with red, purple, cool and warm white light, from about 10 directions.

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On Alien Fields

Night, 60-second exposure. Red, magenta and minty green Protomachine flashlight, with full moon.

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The Night Hunter

You’re being watched from an abandoned ranch, somewhere in the Mojave.  Night, full moon, 2 colors of light from 4 directions.

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Exner’s Vivisection

A ’61 DeSoto, heart ripped out and left in front of it’s glowing, canted eyes. 5 colors of light from 10 directions, in 157 seconds–all done in the total dark before moonrise.

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