John Fahey “Poor Boy Long Way From Home” 1978.
Erika Larsen has a new project out about Native Americans and their relationship with horses.
Golden oldie: Townes Van Zandt, “I’ll Be Here In The Morning”, live in 1973
Great news, I am now represented by Sasha Wolf Gallery. Look out for another solo exhibition this fall in New York City.
I’ve been named one of PDN’s 30 new and emerging photographers to watch for 2014. Thanks, PDN!
Bryan Schutmaat. Shelby, Wyoming, 2011
Bryan Schutmaat. Lake McDonald, Montana, 2011
Grays the Mountain Sends is now in the Indie Photobook Library, curated by Larrisa Leclair (view entry here). She will also be taking the book to the SPE National Conference in Baltimore next month, so check it out if you’re attending.
"Wanting it is easy, but trying to be great—well, that’s absolutely torturous."
Philip Seymour Hoffman
I shot the legendary Daniel Johnston at his home in Waller, TX for Juke. For a variety of reasons, this was the most difficult photo shoot I’ve ever done (my 4x5 was definitely the wrong camera choice), but it was an experience I’ll never forget and Daniel was as nice as could be. Juke has since gone under, so the print issue isn’t available, but you can download a pdf of the magazine here.
Old news, but I was proud to have one of my photos in the fall 2013 issue of Oxford American.