Views before the clouds rolled in. Shot on the new Hasselblad X1D-50C
I headed out to Monticello, New York to shake off some of these winter blues and check out a cool bike event. The Appalachian Moto Jam was an ice covered snow scramble featuring many different bike classes. Every from Harley Dynas to Yamaha 500s studded up their tires and attempted the scramble.
The guys in Grim Company did a stunt show today at Boston Harley in Revere.
Check them out here: https://grimcostunts.com
Deadbeat Customs: https://www.deadbeatcustoms.com
Lane Splitters Apparel: http://lanesplitter.bigcartel.com
I headed to Portland to check out a brewery that has been alive as long as I have. Allagash Brewery resides in a quite industrial section of Portland, Maine. They have been crafting Belgian inspired beers at this location since 1995. I took a tour of their facility, unfortunately during a non-brewing weekend day. They offered a tasting of five of their beers during the tour, as they showed us the ingredients, machinery, and original setup.
A few photos of my bike from this last weekend in Maine, featuring the new Deadbeat Customs molle bag. Farthest trip I've road so far, I'm exited to explore more of New England before the winter.
Took some promo photos for my good friends in Mourned. They just put out two new heavy hitting tracks, be sure to check them out at www.mournedma.bandcamp.com
If your a band that needs photo work done, get in touch for rates!
During my final year at NESOP I worked on a project titled Lonesome Lake Trail for my color class. This project had to do with the idea of escaping, I spent my weeks exploring New England looking for places that I found peaceful, slightly removed but still close to society. Heres a few leftover images from that project. These were taken on different excursions through the White Mountains and parts of Vermont, looking for that quite moment.
Some images from my trip to San Fransisco this January. Working on a photo zine and a show, these are the images that won't be included in that but I still wanted to share.