Monday, October 15, 2007

Cabaret Kiki

She breaks my heart and makes me sweat.

Cary Ann Hearst aka Caramella Guillotine of Charleston's Cabaret Kiki.

Saturday, October 13, 2007

The Nicholas Brothers

After watching this Nicholas Brother video with Cab Calloway about 10 times in the past week I figure I should share it. They blow my mind on so many levels. So much style and they look so damn good! I've been window-shopping online for tap shoes..
I want to blow minds.

When they were younger..

Even younger..

Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Riot in Greenpoint

I've always wanted to be in a riot, two weeks ago I had the pleasure of leading a group of renegade rioters into battle against a stronghold of riot police. One of the most liberating experiences of my life. This was all possible and produced by Zach Gold, incredible NY photographer and one of my favorite directors I've ever worked with. It was a 6 hour shoot and I loved every second of it. He has so much passion for his work and really made me want to match that to produce this incredible shoot. He likes me so he let me have a few of the photos but the rest of his finalized shots will be on his website soon, as well as photo and art magazines.
There were hundreds of photos taken but here are a few. RIOT
I fought hard.

What are you fighting for?

Friday, October 5, 2007

Thursday, October 4, 2007

Films that have changed my life..

Gangs of New York
Swing Kids
Legends of the Fall
Children of Men
Batman Begins
V for Vendetta
Anything Tim Burton
Pulp Fiction
Pirates of Penzance
Top Hat
Singing In The Rain
Fight Club
On the Waterfront
Dogtown and Z-boys
Grosse Point Blank
Velvet Goldmine
Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels
Hasn't exactly changed my life but I saw 3:10 to Yuma recently and it is unbelievably incredible!

Children of Men was the last movie that effected me to my core. Ridiculously well done and intensely realistic. Director Alfonso CuarĂ³n shot it with the feel of a documentary with amazing sets, handheld cameras, and incredibly long shots. This was the longest shot in the film, 6 minutes and done in one take.


The rest of the photos, courtesy of Jack, can be found on my Facebook. HERE!