Archive for July 2013

Trying to convince @yellowbirdmachine her little guy would make an amazing jacket for my finger.

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Didn’t know it was rainy season in the desert. Just got to Zion National Park and it started to pour as I was putting up my tent. My tent is soaked on the inside because I abandoned it when the rain was coming down so now I’m prolly gonna sleep in my car tonight which…

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Maker of the Mountain, Leonard Knight About two times a year I do a Google search to see what Leonard Knight is up to because, well, he’s really old and the last time I saw him (2010) it didn’t look like he could survive in the desert much longer.  It looks like he’s doing alright.…

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A junkyard morning in Death Valley. This mess sits right next to Barker Ranch, the place where Charles Manson was finally captured in 1969. Somewhere in this 4-doored carnage lays the remains of the bus that Charles Manson drove up to the ranch. How he drove a bus up to this place I have no…

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Unless you consider yourself some sort of human brand, which I don’t, you have to deal with the fact that different people are going to like different aspects of your work. It’s not consistent. I am not consistent. But I feel OK with that. When I was young I felt I had to please everybody…

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The New York Times’s Op-Docs

Last night I attended the Spotlight On The New York Times’s Op-Docs at the LACMA mainly because Casey Neistat was going to be there and chit-chat. Who doesn’t love that guy? But even if he wasn’t there everybody would have had an awesome time because did you know the New York Times makes documentaries? I…

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Jessica Yu, Roger Ross Williams, Casey Neistat, Heidi Ewing. Seek these people out. All great filmmakers. At the LACMA to discuss the their New York Times Op-Docs.

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walking thru spaghetti (at Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA))

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