my 4×5 makes portraits

my beloved wista

These portraits were shot on polaroid and Kodak Portra 4×5 (film on it’s way to the lab).  More of these coming soon…

 

 

true wheels

making them true

Mamiya RZ – 65mm

Kodak Portra – Imacon Scan

Mamiya RZ – 110m

Kodak Portra – Imacon Scan

 

nordstrom’s brothers for bloomberg businessweek

I recently had the opportunity to photograph the Nordstrom’s brothers for Businessweek magazine.  I had less than an hour to get a few looks in and that meant setting up a studio and heading up to the rooftop as we couldn’t shoot in the store itself.

Slight resemblance to the Kennedy family.

honolulu for cooking light

Where did September and October go?  I momentarily abandoned the blog mainly due to one of the busiest stretches I’ve had in my career.  Now that Fall is here,  it’s time to play catch up.  

First up,  is a travel story I photographed for Cooking Light (issue on stands now) on the food scene in Honolulu.  I spent three days photographing over 10 restaurants and chefs.  I actually spent 3 years of my life on O’ahu growing up,  so anytime I get to head back to visit old friends is a real treat.

Downtown Honolulu with Diamond Head in the background

Waikiki Beach – where I first learned to surf. Still a fun spot to longboard.

Tango Restaurant – Contemporary food

The Ahi Burger at Tango

Chef Mavro – Mavro Restaurant

Mavro Restaurant

The girls of the Peace Cafe – stop here if you want wholesome organic treats

Noodles still life

Town Restaurant in Kaimuki

Owner of Town and good dude

Matsumoto’s shaved ice

A must stop on the North Shore

Rainbows happen often and don’t really get old

View from Diamond Head