• Karla Rothstein is the professor in charge of Death Lab at Columbia, which studies new ways to reconcieve death, grieving, cemeteries, and human remains in urban environments. She’s incredibly fascinating. I shot her for the current issue of Wired Japan.

  • I spent a day with art handler Seth Hernandez for Juxtapoz Magazine. We carted around a few million dollars worth of art during the course of the day. No big deal.

  • My “Before We Land” project is featured in the Photobook column in the current issue of Juxtapoz. Six pages of sweet summertime.

  • I shot Jamaican artist QQ for the current issue of The FADER. The 20 year-old has been a star in Jamaica since he was 11.

  • Months and months ago, I shot pro skateboarder and woodworker Joey Pepper for Huck Magazine. I always loved his skateboarding and it was cool to see his passions outside of that.

  • PDN used a photo of mine for their latest cover. It’s a double honor to have my photo used for a magazine about photography. I really feel like I’m passing a litmus test here and I’m stoked about it. Really grateful to PDN for all the love this year. It means a lot.

  • I shot author Marlon James for today’s New York Times. His new novel “A Brief History of Seven Killings” is out today.

    Strangely enough, this was actually my first time working for the newspaper. I’m pretty excited with how it came out.