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Monthly Archives: June 2011

Family Picnic in Kentucky

This would generally go in Bigger Than Yesterday.   But it IS summer.  And we WERE in Kentucky at a family reunion.   And this DID happen.

06.30.11 Posted in Personal Work, Photos

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Bottle this week

This week was an impossible convergence of karma, resolution, promise, and joy.   I asked Stephie how this could be happening all at once, and she said it came on the shoulders of our Asher.  Two big video/flipbook projects I had been working to land for a long time came into our camp.  One came from an old friend from Pittsburgh.    Her creative director has a son born on the same day as  Jackson.   Another came when I found out a distant cousin I had not seen since I photographed him at age 7 was brought on – unbeknownst to either of us  – to run the project I was being hired for in Santa Barbara.

Also signed on for another year with Glenn – which I am really excited about.  He continues to push me creatively and offer incredible opportunities for creating imagery.  First up is a book on Israel to begin shooting July 4th.

Everything really is connected.  Have learned that I have to own the work in a way I never was able to before.  “Inside”, “Jeni’s” and “Harley” videos are a very singular vision and rhythm.  All the new projects grow out of that work, everything that came before, and everything that is about to unfold.

I want to bottle this Friday night – so I can remember there was this moment, when the work really did get validated, and the path to grow and evolve was laid out, once again.

Listening to Patti Smith from the upcoming “Rave On Buddy Holly” tribute album.  go to the link for “Words of Love.”

The picture above is from a rehearsal in NY with Andrew and Aszure.

06.24.11 Posted in Everything Is Connected, Photos

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Mac Miller at the Governor’s Ball Saturday

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Mac flew onstage so pumped it was like being launched out of a giant slingshot.

06.20.11 Posted in Photos

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Mac at Governor’s Ball

Busy weekend coming up in NY for music. The annual Clearwater Festival is going to be amazing. We have gone the past few years – literally sat at Pete Seeger’s feet with Jackson. Got a guitar pick from Dan Bern. Took in the great Hudson. Will be there on Sunday.

Saturday is whole other thing at the Governor’s Ball. Check out the mix streaming here on their website.

Mac goes on at 3:10. Can’t wait!

Here, finally – are images I took at my first two Mac shows in Hartford and Poughkeepsie.

06.17.11 Posted in Photos

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U-Turn on Metropolitan at 1AM

Driving through Brooklyn at 1AM – too wound up after the flight across the country.  Stop at The Shop where we are shooting tomorrow for Harley. U-turn on Metropolitan, just sneak in as they are closing up.   TJ says he almost cracked my head pulling the gate down.   Often feel like I need to tiptoe when we are asking people to dig in with us on the work.  TJ says they are so happy to have me there shooting.  Happy to help out.  Need to embrace the reputation a bit.  Has always been hard.  Always think I have to go in the rookie door behind with the velvet rope rather than the stage door for players with good lifetime averages.   Happening alot lately.  Getting introduced as the man, rather than the kid.  It let’s me start halfway up the ladder, which feels better than stiff new shoes.

Get home at 2AM and still wired.   Get home and looked in on everyone.  Kiss Jackson on the forehead and stare for a long time at how tall he is getting stretched out under his tent.  Go downstairs, grab a bowl of cold cherries and the new NY Mag. Read about all the people who were healthy, doing fine – then got some crazy disease and had their leg amputated.  They show a picture.  The doctor describes how careful he was, what the saw sounded like, how much experience he has.  YUCH!  Feel like we are surrounded by doom and gloom – from the top of our head to the base of the Mississippi River being all screwed up.  I am going to bury my nose in baby fat, kiss the people I love, and let myself go that place that makes me really happy.   The place I shoot from.  The place I dream in.  The place I can get to everyday if I don’t listen to the BBC half asleep, study the money  too long, or open that door that says “reality”.

I get the newsletter from “Oh My Rockness” and feel really happy that I live in New York – The Decemberists, RA RA Riot, Beirut, Clap Your Hands Say Yeah, Andrew Bird – all on deck for ourdoor shows.      Really looking forward to The Governor’s Ball next weekend with Mac on Governor’s Island.  Check out the streaming mix.

Our new friend Dan Lyle was sporting one of these iphone covers made of rosewood.  Love the small things that you totally don’t need and really make you happy.

It is hot today, but I am writing this from down in a cool subterranean cave before riding over a bridge, making a left hand turn, and cracking some eggs on the sidewalk.

And you always know who to call if you need the best ice cream sandwiches EVER sent right to your door.

06.13.11 Posted in Photos, Something I Took

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