Print Box: Black Gold


Third in our series showcasing some portraits taken on assignment at the Black Gold Club, Miami. I was actually on assignment to only do a portrait of the owner of the club. The portrait I took was so-so and I was worried that my editor wouldn’t like it, so I asked the owner if I could take pictures of the club that night and he gave me full run of the place. I spent the majority of the time in the strippers changing rooms capturing these striking portraits. It was both a very educational and an eye opening night.

Ceelo_Heart Blanche


Extremely honored to have been asked to shoot Ceelo’s new album package with the incredible performance artist Nick Cave. As we all know there are so many people involved in making projects like this happen. A big thank you to everyone including Atlantic Records Creative Director Greg Burke, Nick Cave and Bob Faust and Team Mo! Album drops Nov 13, lookout for more updates and behind the scenes video of the making of this album shoot.



Print Box: Documentary


Second in our series showcasing some of our documentary work spanning 20+ years.

When I first got into photography I had no access to studios and lighting so I would capture what was around me- the people I hung out with and the environments I lived and worked in. Looking back at this body of work I still continue to shoot in the same photographic style as when I first started out. Whether it’s the seedy clubs in London back in 1990 or this years image of a homeless man walking the streets of old downtown Vegas.



‘Waack_ is a form of dance created in the clubs of Los Angeles, originating from the 1970s disco era in Los Angeles, Waacking consists of moving the arms to the music beat, typically in a movement of the arms over and behind the shoulder. Waacking also contains other elements such as posing and footwork. Waacking puts a strong emphasis on musicality and interpretation of the music and its rhythm. Waacking was popularized by Soul Train The typical music of choice for Waacking is 70’s Disco, with Disco songs from 1979 being some of the most popular amongst the Waacking community.’