We wake up to cancelled flights and school closures. To kids sleeping in, unaware for now. But we’ve averted the promised snow—instead we’re locked under a thin layer of ice.

Like so many translucent shells.
Like so many cocoons.

Shot with the X100F

The Pull of Abstraction


It can feel like falling into the scene, all of it jumbled and erratic—the movement, the colours, the shapes. The constant change in pace and light, the flow of it. Life as accident and sharp angles, borne of bright and dark rhythms I barely understand.
There’s no time.
No thought.
Just a need and desire to paint it all away.

Shot with The GFX 50S and GF 110mm F/2 R WR

Under the Highway, Next to the River.

There is no end. There is no beginning. There is only the infinite passion of life.
— Federico Fellini

Shot with the GFX 50S and GF 110mm f/2 R WR. Instant images shot with the Instax Wide 300.

Postcard from the Break


It’s spring break this week and we’re all off—a first, due to very recent changes. All good by the way, just a different work beat for Cynthia. We thought we’d do something special—the zoo or the planetarium...and then we heard about a storm on the horizon. So we packed our bags and drove to Maricourt. 

Sometimes you simply go where it feels right.

As much as I bitch and moan about winter...I was happy to see snow when we woke up this morning. I spent an hour forest bathing, even sat against a tree to meditate for a bit, listening to the ticking beat of snowflakes against my jacket. I ran and I walked and I breathed.

I have most of my gear with me, even the new Profoto remote I picked up a few days ago (more on this in the coming days). But these are just iPhone images snapped along the way, edited with Snapseed while sitting in the living room. The snow is still falling and the wind has picked up.

Wish you were here.


Shot with the GFX 50S and GF 120mm f/4 OIS R WR