photographer: Zach Gold
photographer: Krissy Arnold
Krissy was an amazing soul. A photographer, a musician, a computer wizard, and a true rebel. She took these photos of me at the top of my 2016 tour and passed shortly after. If she could make my ugly ass look this cool, she could run the world. Love n miss you, Krissy.
ps- all shot on Large Format (yeah I capitalized that, what ). No digital BS here. That's light on silver.
photographer: Zach Gold
Zach is founder and co-curator of PLAYGROUND, an independent collective that explores and celebrates the experiential relationship between fashion and art through exhibition, installation, and custom artwork collections. Playground launched at Anna Kustera Gallery in New York. Subsequent hosts of Playground included Colette in Paris, Selfridges in London, and the MOCA Museum in Los Angeles. Two copies of Playground 1 are in the permanent collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute. Playground also recently curated an installation at the Museum of Art and Design in New York for their paper ball.
photographer: Gerald Forster
Photographer & Editorial Curator of ‘the new yorkers’ | Born and educated in Germany, Gerald works and lives in New York since 1997. His photo and video installation have been nationally & internationally exhibited. When he is not working on a personal art project or on an editorial assignment, he can be seen windsurfing in Hookipa or is exploring new territories in adventures countries like Yemen,Mongolia, Syria or Ethiopia. Gerald is thefounder of ‘here we go now’
photographer: Matthew Taylor Morgan
I shoot people
No gimmicks just quality photography
photographer: Jeff Forney
Raised in the East Bay of Northern California, Jeff's influences ranged from the characters he encountered to the wide array of music that permeated the Bay's airwaves. After completing a degree in Sociology at the 'sedate' campus of Chico State University he landed in NYC.
Jeff spent a bit of post-graduate time in front of the camera doing ad campaigns for Giorgio Armani, Guess, and Jil Sander, as well as commercials with well-known directors including David Lynch. With a camera in hand Jeff grew to love its ability to tell a good story and the composition that harnessed it.
He now lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two daughters.