on a road trip, are most of your clothes in suitcase, a moving box, or a laundry basket?
describe your nearest “getaway spot.”
swim suit or skinny dip?
one place in the world where you haven’t been, but you MUST go.
south of france.
the longest road trip you’ve taken … solo or with a road trip buddy?
santa fe, NM â€“ san diego, CA…. road trip buddy: my cat, russia.
when visiting a new city, what intangible items are you hoping to capture?
the subconscious art which defines the city.
what is your favorite junk food when traveling?
tell a story about a memorable, intriguing person you met while exploring who you never saw again.
she said: I love your shoes! I said: I love your boobs! she replied: thanks! my parents made them especially for me! then I took her picture:
describe your favorite local hang-out.
Big Kitchen in South Park, San Diego. Itâ€™s a hippie breakfast place run by an older New Yorker Jewish lady that will sing you show tunes if sheâ€™s in the mood, and every other thing she says is â€œTres Bien!â€. Itâ€™s sort of a greasy spoon, hearty little place where you may get some old Hellâ€™s Angel to whip up your eggs for you. A popular spot for hung-over hipsters, hippies, and indie folks as well as the regular neighborhood crowd. The walls are filled top to bottom with photos of all the celebrities who have dined there on a regular basisâ€¦ itâ€™s awesome.
describe how you feel when you’re alone with your camera and in a new location …
I have noticed that I actually am a lot more fearless in a new city if I have my camera. Itâ€™s this concept that I am actually â€œsaferâ€ behind my lensâ€¦ probably not a very good thing, but I am grateful for it. I noticed this the first time a few years ago when I ended up in the midst of a riot in San Fransisco. I didnâ€™t give a damn I was so excited, but as soon as I would put the camera down I was like â€œUhm, woah, this is kind of crazyâ€ and I would get a little scared. So I would just put the camera right back up to my eye and all was right with the world again.