2. Shapes and Forms

  3. Strangers and the moon in the sky.
    Olympus E-PM1  |    f/2.8  |   1/4000th

    Strangers and the moon in the sky.

  4. Sugarloaf Mountain, Maryland

  5. Twin Trombones
    Olympus E-PM1  |    f/5.6  |   1/500th

    Twin Trombones


  6. Guernica’s Rachel Riederer writes, “Teaching college is no longer a middle class job,” due to American universities’ reliance on adjuncts: highly-educated instructors paid meagerly per course and rarely given benefits or a semblance of job security.

    An important read for any artists or anyone considering a career in professorship.

  7. Only Date Super Heroes
    Olympus E-PM1  |    f/5.6  |   1/2000th

    Only Date Super Heroes

  8. Old Guys Rule
    Olympus E-PM1  |    f/5.6  |   1/2000th

    Old Guys Rule

  9. Pepsi
    Olympus E-PM1  |    f/5.6  |   1/2000th


  10. I’m done moping.
    Olympus E-PM1  |    f/5.6  |   1/2000th

    I’m done moping.

  11. This is the bottom of my shoe.

  12. Detritus (Around this time last year.)

    Kodak Tri-X 400, Yashica FX-D Quartz


  13. Homage to Winogrand

    "Dear Thinh,
    Congratulations! Your image, Capricorn, was selected as a finalist in the Homage to Winogrand contest. Of the 48 selections, it was designated “Best in Show” along with seven other images. Over 250 submissions were judged by Ksenya Gurshtein, Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Curatorial Fellow, Department of Photographs, National Gallery of Art.

    Ms. Gurshtein said the following about your image: “This photograph captures very precisely that distinctly Winograndian feel that we are looking at a fascinating story unfolding, but will never be able to figure it out.”

    Your image will be included in a digital display before the On the Street film screenings at the School of Communication’s Malsi Doyle and Michael Forman Theater. I hope you can join us for one or all of the films!”
    I was elated to hear this news and I’m feeling good about the way things are going for me finally. The National Gallery of Art in conjunction with American University’s School of Communication are hosting a show of the selected images for Homage to Winogrand followed by Everybody Street tomorrow, April 11th, at 7pm in the Malsi Doyle and Michael Forman Theater for the opening. They’ll be showing films on the 13th and 18th as well if you’re interested. I hope to see a few of you there!
  14. I soaked some Kodak Portra 400 negatives in warm salt water.

  15. Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Decisive Moment