A few months ago, Urban Outfitters and The Impossible Project got in touch with me about being part of a show in their NYC Space. As a child of the digital generation, especially with regards to photography, I have grown accustom to bracketing shots and filling up a few 16 gig flash cards on an outing. I'm a firm believer in doing new things outside of one's habits, so I took them up on their offer. Equipped with a few hundred exposures of their 600 film and a few cameras, I documented two months on the road. Shooting with film forced me to slow down and consider each shot more. I really enjoyed it. Here are a handful of the shots I picked for the show.
Morning sesh in Malibu, CA.
OG Landcruiser, Eastern Columbia River Gorge, WA.
Rear view mirror.
Snow in Underwood, WA.
The Kern River, CA.
Tim reading in the back of the Syncro.
Shotgun in L.A.
The Klickitat River, Washington.
Wetsuits hanging to dry in Ventura, CA.
A toilet cleaner, as John calls it, in L.A.
The show will be at The Impossible Project Space, 425 Broadway 5th Floor New York New York 10013, from December 15 to January 11, with an opening reception this Thursday. I won't be making the schlep back to New York for it, but if you're in the area, stop by and have a look. I'm really pumped to be a part of it.
Here are some more links, Impossible Project X Urban Outfitters,