photography

  • Romance, Love, and a Creep with a Camera

    Admittedly, I’m such a creep when I travel. Since falling in love with Robert Doisneau’s 1950 “Le Baiser De L’Hotel De Ville” in the mid-90’s, I’ve become slightly obsessed with photographing romance and unsuspecting kissing couples. I found these lovers in Amsterdam and Paris while on Passport Required’s April Trip....
  • Maybe I’ll Go. Maybe I’ll Stay: A French Road Trip

    Our first night, we found ourselves so deep in conversation in a stranger’s living room in St. Tropez that we forgot to listen to J. Cole rap, “Roll up and smoke my sins away /
I’d like to go to St. Tropez / Maybe I’ll go, maybe I’ll stay
/ Maybe...
  • Bogotá in Photos: Black and White

    I’m a people person. At home and in the world. I arrived in Bogotá and immediately wanted to see and talk to the beautiful people I’d be sharing the space with for however long I’d be here. Amazing spirits, sunny dispositions, and funny imitations of the American South accent....
  • Bogotá on Day Three: In Photos!!

    Uber foolery, drinking new local liquors that taste like black jelly beans, and partying far too hard in a club where I proposed marriage to a beautiful Colombian woman made up everything that happened yesterday. Here’s the proof....
  • Dedicated To Robert Doisneau

      When I was 18 I saw this photo by Robert Doisneau of two lovers kissing by the Hotel De Ville in Paris: It’s been my favorite photo for years. Just the realness and rawness of it. I want to know who they are, what happened before and what...