Beards Eye View

  1. Dave.

    Dave.

  2. No idea who this guy is.  But when you crash a patio paella party, you just have to meet everyone. 

    No idea who this guy is.  But when you crash a patio paella party, you just have to meet everyone. 

  3. Ellis. Incredibly talented. Always awesome. 

    Ellis. Incredibly talented. Always awesome. 

  4. Subpop’s Silver Jubilee, Georgetown 2013

    Subpop’s Silver Jubilee, Georgetown 2013

  5. Tree specimen 0348

    Tree specimen 0348

  6. Tree specimen 0347

    Tree specimen 0347

  7. Georgetown is super fun. Crazy, certainly, but an honest crazy.

    Georgetown is super fun. Crazy, certainly, but an honest crazy.

  8. Lomography makes some interesting film and I find myself battling the color balance often, but through that process I do find that it creates fascinating push-pull of what I see and what the camera sees. 

    Lomography makes some interesting film and I find myself battling the color balance often, but through that process I do find that it creates fascinating push-pull of what I see and what the camera sees. 

  9. I had a Konstructor single lens view-finder camera. I built it myself. This is the only surviving image that came out of it before it broke itself. 

    I had a Konstructor single lens view-finder camera. I built it myself. This is the only surviving image that came out of it before it broke itself. 

  10. I found this portrait behind my dresser when I moved into my apartment in 2012. I believe the girl on the right lived in my room in the late 80’s, but from the handwriting on the back she frequented friends in Mexico. It’s in this circle that I find one my guiding values in photographic work illustrated vividly: single moments. So much of my design work is iterative, reactive and quite fleeting- to not notice it, is to speak of its success. Whereas a photograph is a dense singular artifact in time that exists for its own sake. 

    I found this portrait behind my dresser when I moved into my apartment in 2012. I believe the girl on the right lived in my room in the late 80’s, but from the handwriting on the back she frequented friends in Mexico.

    It’s in this circle that I find one my guiding values in photographic work illustrated vividly: single moments. So much of my design work is iterative, reactive and quite fleeting- to not notice it, is to speak of its success. Whereas a photograph is a dense singular artifact in time that exists for its own sake. 

  11. Dustin & Rosie. 

    Dustin & Rosie. 

  12. Polaroids are one of my favorite mediums to work with. Bizarre color balance, inconsistent exposure and somehow beautiful. And you really need to love it at $3 a shot. 

    Polaroids are one of my favorite mediums to work with. Bizarre color balance, inconsistent exposure and somehow beautiful. And you really need to love it at $3 a shot. 

  13. Dustin. 

    Dustin. 

  14. Rosie.

    Rosie.

  15. Jake. 

    Jake.