Tagged: molly peck
I received some photos in the mail today. Last fall, Molly, Katie and I met for dinner and drinks in the East Village. Molly was experimenting with some old polaroid film she found. As deteriorated as that film was, it still managed to capture how much fun we had together and how I felt as if I were with old friends, even though it was the first time we had met in person.
Please check out my new collection of short stories called Trash and Vaudeville. It also includes some great artwork by Eliza Gauger, Molly Peck, and Katie West. Print copies are available here, as well as on Amazon.
The cost is only $9.99 (plus S&H).
I expect e-book versions to be available in the next week or so.
I want to thank all of you that have been so supportive of this blog and my writing over the last 2 years. I can’t place a value on all the feedback and encouragement I’ve received. Tumblr tells me there’s more than 4,000 of you that read this blog, so please re-blog and help me spread the word.
This is basically like a super group coming together to create an amazing album that you want to listen to every day and keep forever and give to your grandmother so she can understand how amazing life is.
- Meet Traci Matlock
- Shoot with Chip Willis
- Shoot with Molly Peck
- Shoot with Hattie Watson
- Shoot Jessica and Majestic
- Shoot with Derek Woods
- Make bad, bad things with Jack Scoresby
- Go to England and make pictures with Ellen Rogers
- Make more videos
- Do that thing I’ve been thinking about doing
The fact that I’m even thinking about “photos” and “the future” together is a step up from how I was feeling about photography about four months ago.
Hey. Thank you for being so inspiring, eh?
Time travel isn’t for the weak (Jack Scoresby, from his self-portrait). Oil on canvas.
And I remember even though it felt soft at the time… I always used to wake up sore.
If you’re not following Molly Peck, you’re missing out on one of the greatest people the internet has ever served up into our collective conscious.
Ludo and I, looking at Katie West’s book Black and White.
Molly Peck is quickly becoming my favourite artist. I mean, I already knew she could paint. But her 365 project is blowing me away, and even this, the way these photos are composed and arranged, HER EYE! I ENVY HER EYE!
Could not figure out how to reblog, so here is a screenshot. Hee hee hee.
I really like when people offer themselves up for me to stroke absentmindedly. I’m down for that.