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a strangers house, Joshua Tree, CA. November 2014

Kodak film, Minolta all-manual camera. 50mm lens. Philadelphia loves visit Palm Springs, October 24-25th 2014. 

Bass Lake, Yosemite/Bandittown, CA. July 5th,  2014. 35mm + 120mm.

24 hours in Palm Springs. @ the Ace. Kate's Birthday. June 2014

passing through. Big Sur Spring 2013

lobotshubot, oaklandia. round 3. Fall 2013

A Standard Sunday, Dtla June 2013

highway 50, Utah.  early November 2012

i believe in unicorns, principle photography, July 2011.  

unicornsthemovie.com A film by Leah Meyerhoff, I Believe In Unicorns is supported by an Emerging Narrative Filmmaker Grant from IFP, fiscal sponsorship from San Francisco Film Society, an All Access Grant from the Tribeca Film Institute, and a Director's Award from The Adrienne Shelly Foundation. The project was an official selection of the IFP Emerging Narrative Labs, IFP Finishing Labs, Tribeca All Access, US in Progress, Film Society of Lincoln Center's Emerging Visions program, and was nominated for a Gotham Independent Film Award. I Believe in Unicorns premiered in narrative competition at SXSW 2014.

The Badlands - Wall, South Dakota. June 2011. 35mm infrared film

memorial day weekend 2011, south of Big Sur. 120mm Ilford 50 + 35mm infrared film. 

Oaklandia, Spring 2011. 

Tecopa, CA, February 2011. Infrared 35mm + 120mm Diana F+. 

on the road, summer 2010

Marine, Spring 2010

Writer's Block, 2009. Selenium toned silver gelatin prints. Medium format with a Mamiya. 

Couch Surfing 2008: Ann Arbor, MI ---> Los Angeles, CA via Nebraska, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona

little girls are best friends, Topanga, 2009. Brown toned gelatin prints from 35mm Pan 50 film. Featuring artist Kristen Dikio - http://kristendikio.weebly.com/. 

silly-stringed round the town, los angeles, summer 2009. expired polaroid. 120mm. lomography disposable 35mm. 

at the lincoln log cabin on Wiley Post Ave we chain smoked rolled cigarettes around the fire on the concrete slab that was our front yard. Lincoln and Logan, The Wiley Post, 2009. Ilford HP5+, vintage zeiss.