Personal Record 10.20.2011

Personal Record is an ongoing stream of the images I make outside of my professional career. The personal images, mobile images, outtakes, and  random candid images that I take on my iPhone, my X100, my 5D MKII or whatever other camera I happen to have handy at the time; a documentation of my day-to-day life and the things I come across that interest me visually.

I got my new iPhone 4S last week and have developed something of an obsession with the photo booth apps, since I am making the leap from an iPhone 3 to the 4S, the front facing camera is a revelation.

Akasha and Kemper are starting to become addicted to the camera, I think there is some kind of conditioning instinct in them now that as soon as I break out a camera or my phone they know it is time to start posing.

Erin and I while out to dinner at our favorite local Indian restaurant.

Continuing last weeks fun endeavor of photographing all my friends from the Nickel City Knockouts roller derby team culminated in a team shot at the most wonderful retro snack bar.

A very late night post-shoot capture of me by Erin.

I am not the athlete I used to be, but my brother is quite the avid golfer. While spending some time with him this weekend I was afforded to opportunity to wander around a massive sporting goods superstore. I was more than a little fascinated with the repeating patterns of the goods on display.

Stumbled upon this massive paper maché dog head while on a brief visit to Lewiston NY.

From the same trip to Lewiston, found this interestingly graphic sign in a hunting/hardware shop.

The overhead steel of the Grand Island Bridge.

The rain has been a constant lately – thick, dark, and ominous clouds like these ones starting to form down Pearl St. have become the norm the past few days as these storms roll in.

Yours truly.

Who can resist the siren call of meat in a can.

Me and Erin went for a stroll along this long walkway that extends out into the lake to check out the view and the interesting tags and artwork on the stones that make up its artificial shore.

Four very rambunctious and high energy animals.

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