Tag Archives: photography

My friend Gerard took this one on our recent flight. I learned to drive in L.A. and my first regular commute was going up and down the 405 from the Getty to Long Beach. I hated it especially those foggy mornings where I couldn’t see 10 feet forward yet everyone is still going 70. But […]

This past Monday I took a helicopter tour over the Expo line site in West Los Angeles for my upcoming public art project at the Sepulveda station. The station will have 8 large art panels which will be drawings of aerial views of the area, designed by me. In this photo, you can see where […]

I’m very excited to announce that I will be creating a permanent piece (actually 8 large panels) for one of the new Metro stations on the Expo Line here in L.A.!  These photographs are ones I took last November (on Election Day actually) above Santa Monica. I actually am a total scaredy cat when it […]

Highland Park, Los Angeles

Took a walk around the neighborhood. Someone told me that there’s an old law that says you don’t need a building permit to build a barn in Highland Park. I have no idea if that’s true. Love that window so much. This too. Future home of Ba Restaurant. Drum set at Future Music. Why haven’t […]

I found this photograph of the Vegas strip in the back of a book someone gave me and for awhile I thought I had taken it myself and misplaced it in the back of this book. This bothered me because I would have remembered finding it and putting it in the book in the first […]

The City of Reality, City of Shadows

…the most important reason for going from one place to another is to see what’s in between, and they took great pleasure in doing just that. Then one day someone discovered that if you walked as fast as possible and looked at nothing but your shoes you would arrive at your destination much more quickly. […]