Poet K. Parkins-Brown @ BAR
Alvin Pang @ Woolfson & Tay
Working Man @ Fix Whitecross Street
Adam Mansbach @ Young Chicago Authors, early 2013
Fix, Whitecross Street, London
Skaterz gonna skate. Barcelona, 2013.
“Produce your work to the very best of your ability. Send it out into the world. Listen to feedback, but measure it against your instincts. Learn from the feedback, but don’t supplicate yourself to it. Produce more work to the best of your ability. Be honest with yourself. Strive for deeper understanding and expression with all you’ve got. Give your work and yourself time to mature. Finish things so you can let go and move on. As has been so often said, even a fool who persists may eventually become wise. Then produce more work and plunge deeper into the process of awareness and expression. Soon, you will no longer care about the terms used to describe your work — snapshot or “Fine Art.” Do not confuse the map with the territory.” - Brooks Jensen, When does a photograph become a work of art? (via photographsonthebrain)
“He favors raw light and has a penchant for shooting into it, but said he ultimately focuses on getting out of the way. “That’s how you get something way more authentic, way more cerebral, way more visceral,” he said. “Just be a custodian of the moment. Step back. Watch.”
” - Bradford Young, Cinematographer for ‘Middle of Nowhere’ - NYTimes.com (via daniellescruggs)
How I felt returning to London.
Singapore, Little India. It’s all in the finger.
Singapore, Orchard Road.
Gatecrashing a family photo?
Singapore, Orchard Road. And just for a moment, strangers held hands. Almost.