Abandoned in the California High Desert. That point-and-shoot film camera is still sitting on that counter there, if anyone wants it.
Abandoned deep in the high desert avenues of Antelope Valley, on a howlingly windy, full moon night. The nearest house is miles away. The garage and driveway is a VHS tape graveyard. There’s hundreds of them, the boxes all faded and the tapes half-melted, little sand dunes building up around them.
An ’80s Subaru, tangled in military-surplus cammo netting, planted at the International Car Forest of the Last Church in Goldfield, Nevada. Sprayed with molten lava from my Protomachine flashlight. Purple, red and lime. This was in direct moonlight, so I worked very fast (56-second exposure) to lay the light down before it had a chance to […]
The next afternoon, Paul picked up this Lincoln using these jaws, and sheared him in half for us. No, watching that never gets old. This was in direct moonlight, but I wanted to totally control the lighting. I had to work fast–before the moon had a chance to burn in. It took more test exposures […]
More of the wonderful aviation relics laying around at Eagle Field. This morning I announced a NEW night photography and light painting workshop at Eagle field to my e-mail list (yes, it’s a new location for Joe Reifer and I). Six hours later . . . it’s already full . . . just from this list. I’m […]