Just a trip to the Dutchess County Fair.
When I first got my new camera I would bring it with me everywhere. These images were made while doing laundry one evening. They are some of my favorites and remind me that I need to stop being so lazy sometimes.
My lovely girlfriend allowed me to take some pictures of her in the rain. Thank you, lovely girlfriend.
This is a series that I have wanted to do for quite some time. There is a common misconception that surrounds crack, and I aim to correct that. Most people tend to think that it's a drug that plagues and destroys only the Black and Hispanic communities, but that couldn't be any further from the truth. The average crack addict is actually someone who is middle-class and White. I will continue to dive deeper into this world and try to bring to light what is going on in our backyards and it's not always affecting who you think.
My girlfriend's ex got her tickets to see Circa Survive and Minus the Bear at The Chance Theater. We had a good time.
My friend decided to get married, but first he needed some engagement photos.
These images were made on a trip to the doctors with my lady.
There was a time in my life where I made images like this.
The Mountain and Main St. when its cold.
I went on vacation with my lovely lady to visit her parents. My camera came as well.
I took my girlfriend to the Bronx Zoo one year for her birthday. I made some pictures while I was there.
The Loom came to the Howland Cultural Center in Beacon, NY. The guy with the long hair used to be my neighbor. The Howland is next door to me...it all just made so much sense.
Beacon used to manufacture a lot of crackers, bricks, and hats. Not so much anymore.
There's a plethora of music to be heard in Beacon, NY. One of the many reasons why I love to call this place home.
Sometimes businesses ask me to do things for them.
Sometimes I like to do strange and silly things with lights and cameras.
Three bigots came all the way to Poughkeepsie to see what supporting a community looks like. Unfortunately the three bigots didn't stay long enough for me to make a photograph.
Benjamin Lawrence Fiege. A model, musician, ex-neighbor, and dear friend.
Beacon, the little "city" that I love.
I decided to bring my camera with me on a tour of the Vanderbilt Estate. I really liked the stairs that their servants had to take.
Once a year the "city" shuts down a portion of main street and invites everyone to celebrate Beacon. These images were made a few years ago, maybe 2012.