Just around a decade ago, I got on eBay and started selling shit until I could fit all of my possessions down into my 2003 Prius. Fueled by too many viewings of “Into the Wild” and disenchantment with the concept of careers, I decided to head to Alaska to work on a salmon fishing boat in what would become the first of many ill-conceived and ill-executed adventures of mine. On the trip back to Kentucky I stopped in the Tetons for my first foray into the alpine, and opted to bring up a disposable camera with a carabiner duct-taped to it instead of my DSLR. After getting my roll developed, I fell in love with the results. Since then I’ve always carried a disposable in my backpack to document my travels and have amassed a small collection of film.
I’ve never done this before, but I’m trying to raise some money for some life moves and have decided to sell a run of prints of a few of my favorite photos I’ve taken from my time on the road. I’ve got 3 different prints I’ll be selling, each of them from a very cherished memory.
Pictures 1 and 2 are 8×10, picture 3 is 8×12. Both are deep matte giclee prints. Each print is hand signed, numbered, and sent your way for $45 plus shipping. Simply email me at email@example.com if you’d like one and I’ll get you taken care of.
1) Making my way back east. The Last Gasp of California. Big Sur, 2022.
2) Waking up at Rancho Sendero, Potrero Chico. Mexico, 2019.
3) Slowly drifting up highway 1. Somewhere in Northern California, 2020.