Architecture + Design School . Lima
Architecture + Design School . Lima
A shot of Jessica Walsh from the Latin America Design Festival in Lima, Peru. Had a great time talking shop and hearing story with all. Was honored to participate and looking forward to next year.
Foraged Mexico City’s largest community garden for edible treats. Here’s what we got.
Tatiana – Black and White . Kore Swim
Regram from Vogue – excited to be cranking things out with the fun team of ladies over at A’MAREE’S Newport Beach
Beach vibes with the super lens . Island of Chiloe, Patagonia
Don Jose – Pullay . Chile
Sunset in Constitucion, Chile – back to sleeping in the dirt.
Documenting the artisanal process of a family tradition spanning three Argentine generations. Buenos Aires – Industry of All Nations
Kore Swim 15 hits the shelf soon. Pretty excited.
Marta – Chilean Backcountry
Celebrating the first week of Summer and Christmas in Chile
Shern in Greenpoint, NYC . Check out his work here
Kore Swim in the Mojave desert of California
Somehow this man with the mustache made it up on the J.Crew blog (along with some of his images) – peep it HERE.
Last shot from the Canyon back in CA. See you shortly NY!
Recently blew up an image from Bolivia and placed it in a window display for Fred Segal + Ron Herman Los Angeles. Made it over the other day to check it out and take an awkward photo in front of it.
Got to stop off in the Bay Area to see some friends and clients. Here’s little Miss Mikka Weber prepping some banana pancakes for a little Sunday brunch. Last time I saw the Weber clan was in Taiwan this last spring. We toured around, shot photos, and stuffed our faces silly with copious amounts of Taiwanese eats. I probably put on 10 lbs after that trip. We did the same the last two days. The Webers hold a special place in my heart – not just for being incredible hosts and talented folk, but also for their love of food. Onward to the city of angels and the county of orange. Excited to get in the pacific again and paddle around.
Back in September I made it down to Bolivia to document the artisanal process of alpaca garment manufacturing for Industry of all Nations. Here’s a little recap of what went down and an explanation about the project. Also, the kind folks over at j.crew put together a little blurb with some images from the trip. Check it out
Sweet little blossoms came into the city yesterday from Martha’s Vinyard just in time for Brutal Magazine’s first dinner party.
Made the trek out with a few colleagues to see the ruins of an old poorhouse and tuberculosis treatment center. Was a bit erie, but the foliage helped balance everything out. Here’s a shot of a structure that once existed as a dorm – now channeling tuscany. Looking forward to sharing some audio and visual elements that we captured. Was inspiring to experience something like this that exists right in the backyard of NYC.
La Libertad . El Salvador
Marcos in the trees . El Salvador
Marta on the float . El Salvador
Familia Cachaga – Alpaca Breeders . Bolivian Highlands
En route to visit some friends and colleagues in Lima from La Paz, Bolivia. The view of Lago Titicaca – one mile up in the sky.
‘Spanish is my second language. I was raised speaking Aymara’ – Gypsy Lady – Bolivia
Got a last minute call to work with Industry of All Nations on a collaboration with J.Crew. A few hours later, a ticket was purchased and I scooted my way down to Bolivia to document the manufacturing process. Here’s a shot in the highlands of an Alpaca breeder and the fruits of her labor.
Coatepeque Lake . El Salvador
Sunday Stroll . Brooklyn . NY
One Eyed – Delaware River
Riverside – Pennsylvania border lines
New one for Night Train up on the gram
Me slipping and sliding many years ago in Newport – Happy International Surfing Day
Basque brother Argu and his little singlet – Happy International Surfing Day
Dad came into town so brother and I took him on a road trip. Woke up this mornin to birds chirping and this little guy prancing around in front of our cottage.
Art making clip up on the gram – New York