(still from cowboy love)

as you may have guessed, the safari press is somewhat defunct, collecting dust, retired. it's been a good run. for a solid three years this has been my go to place to share photos, stories, adventures and daydreams. but the time has come to move on up in the internet world. from now on the safari press will function solely as an archive of my work and experience in those formative post grad years.

for more up to date news on my projects visit my website.
for my photography visit me on flickr.

and if yer in the mood to reminisce here are some of my favorite
safari press blog posts:

arts & fartz
on the road
i left my heart in colorado
but grew another in california

thanks, folks. it's been real.



it's been a long time, folks. way too long. truth is i jumped ship in july for a six week travel adventure and just haven't gotten my shizz together since i returned. so i'm going to attempt to play catch up, starting with my east coast trip to philly, a two week romance with cuba and another two on the road across the u.s.a. then i'll jump into the excitement that is my day to day in oakland, ca.

so here are some gems from the great city of philadelphia:


real independence day

alyssa hangs out in tent city.

ratty and shawna set up shop on the rocks.

nature's spa.

mullein and the man in the rock.



i just completed one of the best jobs i've ever had working as the volunteer coordinator for frameline33, sf's international lgbt film festival. i spent a lot of time at this theater, the roxie on 16th and valencia.