Posts Tagged ‘Film’

Bits & Pieces

Bits & Pieces

Bits and pieces of the neighborhood on film. Hongdae & Sinchon :: Seoul


Day-blind stars waiting with their light

Day-blind stars waiting with their light

April 2009 :: Jonggak, Seoul Fuji 400H, Nikon FE


The Sand

The Sand

I believe I’ve mentioned that I used to live in a cave in the remote corners of Seoul. Once or twice. I no longer live in a cave, and I now live in the exact opposite of remote. In fact, I live in the very center of perhaps the most vibrant part of Seoul. As […]


Seoul Flea Market

Seoul Flea Market

A few weeks ago, I went to Seoul Flea Market to find weird, old Korean stuff to hang on my walls. I suffered a case of what my friend Tina calls IKEA Syndrome — in which one spend hours browsing and collecting, only to leave everything mere inches from the check-out due to overstimulation — […]


Home

Home

Before I had furniture I had tchatchkes, breakfast, a view, a mismatched collection of books and a roll of Fuji 400H in my camera.


Red Seoul

Red Seoul

There is a Lomo shop not far from my apartment, and on my birthday, I was gifted with a pack of RedScale Negative film. Thank you, Bill. Shooting RedScale, from what I can assess, is mostly an exercise in giving all of your subjects the warm glow of a nuclear holocaust. These are from my […]


Did you have Dim Sum?

Did you have Dim Sum?

In February, I was tasked with the very difficult assignment of going to Hong Kong to acquire my work visa. Difficult because Hong Kong was enjoying temperatures well above 20ºC while Seoul was enjoying temperatures well below 0º. If you ever have the opportunity to visit Hong Kong, I implore you to eat as much […]


New York on Film

New York on Film