roadtrippy

the road to massachusetts with julia pontes and angie garcia from icp school.
 
 

blue star equiculture, massachusetts II

 pictures from our visit at blue star equiculture in palmer, massachusetts in march. shot on 35mm black and white film.
 

blue star equiculture, massachusetts

shot on 35mm fuji color film.
 
this weekend me and my two icp friends angie garcia and julia pontes went on a roadtrip to massachusetts to get out of this loud, fast city for a while. we went all the way to springfield, massachusetts! there we visited paul and pam rickenbach-moshimer at their horse farm, blue star equiculture, where they take care of retired work horses. pam and paul were so warm and welcoming and are doing an amazing job with all thirtytwo horses!
it was such an amazing trip and a well-deserved break from school stress and new york city!
 
 

jasper III

fellow icp student and AMAZING photographer, jasper briggs. shot on 35mm black and white film.
 

memory

tomorrow i have a presentation of an assignment called memory. this is my take on memory. shot with and underwater disposable camera in my friend (and hypothetical big sister) julia's pool.
 
 

jasper II

jasper from school, shot with hasselblad. (tack mamma och pappa!)
 

the brooklyn room


a roll of ruined negatives

 

shooting blind


during a very, very intense weeklong workshop with photographer and artist robert blake we got an assignment to split up into pairs and in turn take each other - blindfolded - to our favorite place in new york. i took my friend sakshi, blindfolded, to strand bookstore at union square and had her walk around smelling books she couldn't read. then she led me sixteen blocks, blindfolded, to the east river park, overlooking brooklyn. 

while being blindfolded we were instructed to focus our hearing, the way we focus our eyesight. to try and hear what's around you in a one meter wide circle and gradually expanding it. and we were instructed to photograph while blindfolded, using our other senses (primarily hearing and touch) to frame our pictures and set our focus.
 
these are my images taken while blind at the east river park in new york. i must say, pretty decent for not being able to see anything - while shooting on film with the hasselblad. and changing the film, while blind.
 
 

sakshi and roberto

sakshi parikh and roberto andrade martini, from school.

large format

here's the scanned negatives from last weekends workshop in large format photography at school, where we learnt how to work a view camera and develop 4x5 film ourselves. 
 

red hook

actor tyagi schwartz in red hook, brooklyn, ny in september 2014.


monkey

shot for an assignment on domesticity in my seminar class at icp in november.
 

crown heights, brooklyn

 

kareoke

 

salt

for last weeks visual thinking for magazines assignment we got to make an opening image for the article "the storm over salt". Panicking over not having a good salty image on sunday night I went into the darkroom, poured salt crystals on Darkroom RC paper and exposed it. Here's my photogram of salt.
 
Click the tiny image to enlarge it, to see it in layout.

my first month III / my first films

i have finally learned how to develop my own film and i've learned how to scan my negatives. falling in love with process... here's a selection of my favorite negatives, so far.
 
1, 2. fernando in west village. 3, 4. west village. 5. celeste on a hungover afternoon. 6-11. drinking game night with roommates, celeste, aaron and ashlei. 12-22 wine night at sofia's with miguel, chad and mattia. 21, 23, 24. fernando in west village and outside school in midtown.

my first month

 
a selection of polaroids from my first month in new york city. i love the school, the city, the people! i feel very much at home here. 
 
 

polaroids from berlin

 

polaroids from lindö

 
 
 
 

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