I’m not one to talk about loss. It’s a constant reminder of being human and the fact that we are not getting any younger. But evidently it’s a part of life, so here goes something.
Long story short, 25 years old Alesso dropped his debut album today, and I’m ecstatic for him. I’m excited for us. (We all could be heroes.)
What better way for me to understand how a company like Google approaches design than to attend one of their conferences and bring my camera along.
It’s quite surreal starting out photographing a local band in Glasgow to photographing the artists you grew up listening to like Slum Village, Musiq Soulchild, and of course, Common all in one night.
Imagine me photographing an Imagine Dragons concert? For Citi Bank no less, along with a meet and greet. Well that’s just what happened at the Verizon Center in DC.
I had the opportunity to photograph the illustrious Gbenga Akinnagbe, best known for his work on The Wire, but also an activist and a fashion director, debut his latest collection and Nubian Heuman.
My frineds at the startup Self Spark hosted a two day get-sh*t-done and hackathon at DC’s The 1975.
David Guetta held a music video competition for his collaborative track with Alesso featuring Tegan & Sara. Of course, I had to jump on board.
To tell the story of that cliche “once in a lifetime experience” I filmed a travel video over some months to the melancholy track, Long Drive with Your Friends by Skrillex
What better way to conclude my exploratory timelapse series than 25 flights in four months across five countries? This is as epic as a travel timelapse gets.