For Labor Day weekend: J’Ouvert

In the early hours of Labor Day, well before the sun comes up the J’ouvert party gets underway. The pictures here are a selection from my shots of the ’07 and ’08 parties.


Coney Island’s 1st Annual Pet Day

 Despite the drizzly conditions, a few brave dogs turned out for the first Coney Island pet parade this afternoon, with the lady above taking first place. Her assistant took care of the winner’s paperwork—a season pass to Deno’s Wonderwheel amusement park plus a whole lotta dog food.

Adam X

Traversable Wormhole in Manhattan

  In the small hours of Sunday morning I got to shoot Adam X during his Traversable Wormhole set at National Underground.


Halloween in Forte Green

  The Masonic Temple in Fort Green was the venue where Mummies, Rockstars, Spacemen, Spacewomen, Vampires, Doctors, Nurses, Unicorns and others could all get together to party for Halloween.

Inauguration: Watching from NYC

  I watched the swearing-in of  Barack Obama with a small crowd in Foley Square in Lower Manhattan. UPDATE: Could not resist adding more shots. See below for extras.  

Prospect Park Moonlight Ride

  The light was amazing for Saturday’s Time’s Up! Moonlight Ride in Prospect Park. A combination of the biggest moon of the year, snow coverage and clouds gave everything such a glow we did not even need lights. The picture above was taken by Jonathan Barkey who also led the ride.  The Moonlight Ride starts […]

8 Bit Brooklyn

  Blip Festival 2008, took place this weekend at the Bell House. 8 Bit Music is where “Archaic game and home computer hardware is recast into the unlikely role of musical instrument…”. I managed to catch sets from Nullsleep and Cow’p (above).  

Brooklyn Film Festival

 The Brooklyn Film & Arts Festival are partnering up with The Brooklyn Historical Society to present program of documentaries in December. “The “Observing Brooklyn; Encountering Change” documentaries program series will illuminate a broad range of Brooklyn life including exploring a recently rediscovered century old tunnel beneath Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn stickball players sporting reunion, 1969 family […]

Park Slope Mummy

  It’s still scary in this nabe.

Election Night, Park Slope