World premiere of #indigenous at #tribeca film festival’s midnight screening! #chuppieinNYC @lordchestercopperpot @rjamessamson @piersonfode @bontown @bohnsvoyage

World premiere of #indigenous at #tribeca film festival’s midnight screening! #chuppieinNYC @lordchestercopperpot @rjamessamson @piersonfode @bontown @bohnsvoyage

We still have our roads to run about, to scale the map. #golddust #momentito #horseback (at down by the river oria)

We still have our roads to run about, to scale the map. #golddust #momentito #horseback (at down by the river oria)

{ An All Day Love Affair } -

The Glamourai and her love dove Zachary Lynd — showing Nick Onken and I some more affection today on her blog

ShopTalk by Nick Onken: Montauk Love: Why I Hate Valentines Day...

Link to Nick Onken’s ShopTalk site, featuring our video “Montauk Love.”

#RelationshipAspiration. My dear friend Nick Onken and I recently collaborated on a personal project aptly titled, ‘Montauk Love.’ At first, it was pretty loose-ended: meet his friends Kelly Framel (The Glamourai) and Zachary Lynd (Turf) and a produce a lifestyle piece on a day in their ridiculously good-looking lives. But that conceptual beginning blossomed into something way larger than ourselves and what we were making. Rarely ever do I find myself immediately inspired by live, actual people and these two, well — it goes without saying that their creative drive, talent, and interpersonal resonance struck both Nick and I with a wild dose of awe. Incredibly driven and equally, if not more, down to earth, these folk really do put effort into every detail and moment of their lives, as individuals and as a pairing. When you can genuinely observe someone working to make his/her dreams a reality, it puts a whole new spin on reality checks and the perception of possibility. Needless to say, Nick and I found ample wells of inspiration in the Fall-laden town of Montauk. Kelly and Zach, wherever you two lovebirds are — thank you so much for the mini adventure we experienced together. Until next time!

Through and into the Fog. Yellowstone and more. July through August 2012. Part 2.  

Through and into the Fog. Yellowstone and more. July through August 2012. Part 1.  

Valleys of the Scripture. Montana to Washington State. August 2012. 

Desert(ed) stops and other explorations. Grand Tetons, Wyoming. July 2012. Part 2.

Desert(ed) stops and other explorations. Grand Tetons, Wyoming. July 2012. Part 1.

A much anticipated collaboration with The 78 Project during Miami’s 2013 Art Basel. The 78 Project was invited by IFP to cut a record as part of One Million Square Feet of Culture. The performance is by the incredibly talented (and young) folk of Jubal’s Kin. So much gratitude to Alexandre and Lavinia; both limitless sources of inspiration for 2014 — as well as IFP. I jumped on as second camera for this documentary performance. 

"With just one microphone, one authentic 1930′s Presto direct-to-acetate disk recorder, and one blank lacquer disc, musicians are given one take to cut a record anywhere they choose. What we have found is that the film, music and feelings that result defy space and time, living music inspired by ghosts."

where are you, sarah? — Asked by Anonymous

Where are you, anonymous voice?