Unknown Rooms

Seven years ago, Chelsea Wolfe and I traveled to a haunted hotel that was at one time a brothel and took images for what would become the cover of “Unknown Rooms”. We were the only living beings in the space and I specifically remember the air feeling heavy.

I am so proud of Chelsea and can’t wait to see and hear the new album, “Birth of Violence” live.


The Last Black Man in San Francisco

Recently at Amoeba Records there was the release of “The Last Black Man In San Francisco” soundtrack on double LP. Emile Mossseri, the composer of the score, as well as writer/star, Jimmie Fails IV, and the director, Joe Talbot were all on hand to sign copies.

From Amoeba, “It felt like a great family party, loose, and joyous. Folks told them how much the movie meant to them, there was hugging, and affectionate shit-talking, and Emile’s brother, Adam, helped take photos with fans’ phones. Over 100 people rolled through, including fans, a few people who worked on the film, old classmates, some German tourists who happened to be shopping, and a few homies.”

This film really moved me and is so beautiful, if you’ve not seen it please check it out soon.



I recently traveled to Los Angeles and photographed musician Tara Jane for her dreamy project Caress.



Thank you SaveArtSpace for selecting this image of my long time friend and collaborator Chelsea Wolfe to be on these billboards in Daly City. I was finally able to see them today. If anyone happens to be in Daly City soon, let me know and I'll send you the address!


Save Art Space

I have been following Save Art Space , “a non-profit organization that works to create an urban gallery experience, launching exhibitions that address intersectional themes and foster a progressive message of social change” for some time.

My week was made when I received an email saying they wanted to use one one of my images for their upcoming Bay Area exhibition! What makes this even more special is that the image selected is of my long time friend and collaborator Chelsea Wolfe.

I’m looking forward to seeing it in public spaces around the Bay Area soon.