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DRAGON’S DINNER

It was one of those hang-overs where you think you’re head’s feeling like a pig shat in it and the humidity was so thick and hot you feel like a dog whose trying to bite his ass off because he’d eaten to many hot peppers. One of those mornings where it feels like you should …

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HEADING SOUTH

Sometimes I’d try to picture the roads we didn’t go down. I know you denied me Graceland but you got us lost in so many beautiful and desolate places. I didn’t know how much you hurt, my pain was paramount and seething. I took a picture of you in the foreground of two mountain’s that …

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SELF DESRUCT

Agoraphobia is the fear of open space’s and public places, I fear open space’s with the public in them. Bucowski once said something like “it’s not that I hate people I just feel better when they’re not around”

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Alex

This is a profile bust of my impression of the “Alex” character from “a Clockwork Orange”,a movie and book I like. The character is fascinating and despite the anti-hero aspect, Alex and the movie have become cult classics.

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Skull Boom

What can I say ? I like skulls. First because they are what our physical selves are made of (along with other bones)and that they house or brains, which is the most complex and unfortunately occasionally simple organ we’ve got. Secondly because of their vast connotations and macabre distinctions, everyone has a certain feeling or …

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Impaled Skull

A surreal walk in the park over battle fields with strange flora and insects feeding there pleasure and there stomachs. This is dead ground where nothing should flourish but still does. A haunting can not hold life in atrophy, the two poles are at there best when they meet in perfect balance, then you’ve a …

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Trapped in ones own self loathing

This piece was done around the time I began to be interested in Andrew Wyeth.They were dark times for me, crawling and scratching my way to the surface of whatever Abyss had wrapped it’s self around me. Technically it was a good learning time. It was the begining of using nature as an astetic and …