Monday, December 20, 2010

Ghost of Tatianna

So, I went back to shoot a second day at the Levi's studio.

I shot for a bit outside with this view camera called a Pearl II. I also shot with a Grafflex 22, medium format camera, which is similar to a Rolli.

I didn't have much time, but I shot these through some fringy knit.

I will update this as soon as I finish more of the shots.  Happy Monday dudes.

P.S. This is Tanya, psst, Tatianna on her saucier days... but you'll be so lucky to get a proper introduction.  ;)

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Anticipation of Sorts

I shot with my dear friend Elise at the Levi's Workshop in Chinatown.  The workshop opened in early October and ended today- I'm glad I was able to reap the benefits, but I must say it was rather overwhelming.

The first day of shooting, we used a Mamiya with a Polaroid back- The Blue series of Polaroids I bought from The Impossible Project around the corner on Canal and Broadway.  If you're interested in ordering film, or seeing what it's all about:

Many of these are iPhone previews:
















Come back for more from today's shoot with Tatianna... An edit is in the works.  

Visual Musings: YBBS @ Silent Barn 12/15

YBBS &  Le Sphinxx played

Here's some pics from YBBS:

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Tuesday, November 30, 2010


Thanks Ava Luna! 
It's been a pleasure to shoot these guys... 

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Tuesday, November 9, 2010


Reaping the benefits of having a talented BFF...
Sean Walsh & The National Reserve

Sean loves compliments. Whisper them in my ear, and I'll pass them on, like Telephone.


I saw Jeremy play at Shea Stadium last week for a Todd P show.  His band Royal Baths rules, and the drummer girl is my new hot drummer girl crush.

After the show, a few of us headed to Wreck Room, where I believe some requests for Jackson Browne just before greedily stuffing my bag with leftover Halloween lolly's and bouncin.  Few of us headed back to my place and got silly: 

Also, I bet you didn't know Jeremy works at a (gay) cookie shop in the Castro called Hot Cookie.  If I lived in SF, I'd been visiting that joint right this very instant.