I had the pleasure of shooting the enigmatic Beach Fossils backstage at a recent concert at NYC’s Terminal 5 for a new interview in Monster Children Magazine, by my long time friend and collaborator, Anthony Pappalardo. The interview is up now and you can read it here.
I’m hyped to have photographed 2 articles for the new issue of Love Skate Mag – a rad new Indy skateboarding magazine out of Montreal – one on the notorious Luker Lou and his VX sculpture, and the other on filming mastermind Colin Read, also know as Mandible Claw, including a #veryrare photo of him skating in front of the camera. Thanks so much to Love for having me play such a big part in this issue. Pick one up on their site or at Theories of Atlantis and support independent skate mags! ❤️
Very excited to have some photos of Takahiro Morita in the Japan Issue of France’s Fise Up Magazine. The beautifully written article by Aymeric Nocus includes a few photos we’ve shot togeher throughout the years and an outtake from my zine Sakura that has never been shown before (the last photo in this post), and some great photos from other photographers as well. It’s available in print in France now, and online here NOW!
Duke’s Distribution, the publishers of my book Sibling Rivalry, have just added these hand signed, limited edition prints to their online store. Free shipping to the US and Europe. Please check it out and grab one while they’re there!
Print details :
Hand Signed Limited Edition of 20
Ink Jet Print
13×19 in / 329x483mm
1lb / 3.84 g/m^2
Excited to share this cover for “Theory of Movement”, an upcoming album from new label Duke’s Distribution, and producers Grant and Dan Piu. The cover features an outtake photo of Takahiro Morita captured while shooting for my zine, Sakura. You can read some press on the new album and listen to some clips off of it here.
This past November I had the immense privilege of getting to explore the Japanese country side and the regions surrounding Mt Fuji. I got to visit some truly incredible places, and meet and work with a lot of amazing people along the way. Far too many to include in one story, the article I shot and wrote for Huck Magazine on this trip is now up on their site. Thank you so much to the guides and locals who showed us around and taught us the beautiful history of the area. Please take a look!