Looking to Start Anew, We Faggots Traveled to the State of Washington.
We've trekked from coast to coast seeking out the best views this country has to offer (tough work, but someone's got to do it).
On our walk to dinner one night, the group discussed work and I was overly focused on not getting the heels of my boots stuck in grates on the ground. As we came past restaurants and stores, I looked up to see a man standing across the street from me holding a cardboard sign: NATIVE AND HOMELESS.
In that past year or so, redheads have become extremely popular in Hollywood, in fashion shows and in advertisements. Actresse...
Whether traveling to see your favorite team on the road or simply avoiding the long drive home after watching your hometown team, there's a slew of ho...
Weird stuff happens here all the time. Sometimes we have dance parties. I have these lights that flash and stuff, and they play a lot of rap music.
Lytro pictures are interactive photos built for the web. The camera incorporates a new technology known as light-field photography.
Just as Charlie Chaplin revolutionized his field in a jester's clothes, in donning these identities to "tell" these stories, Aella undermines and revolutionizes.
The Seattle Seahawks met the Chicago Bears in the third week of preseason. I shot the game with the Lytro Illum, it's a new light-field camera which a...
Seattle is renowned as the home of Kurt Cobain, the venti Frappuccino and depression-inducing drizzle (see: Cobain). But it's also home to the chillest cops in the nation, Eddie Bauer's iconic down jacket and a weird rivalry with Tacoma. Here are a couple of other Seattle secrets you may have never known.
Last week, my wife and I ventured north to the Emerald City for a college orientation at the University of Washington, UDUB. It brought back vivid memories, of a long time ago, when my parents and I stepped foot on the hallowed grounds of Syracuse University. Oh wait, no it didn't.
A uniform filter applied to multiple urban scenes can easily warp time and location, and obscure -- yet somehow enhance -- the reality of place.
For any true lover of film -- whether you're a scholar, an aspiring filmmaker or a video nerd with esoteric taste in B-movies -- walking into Scarecrow Video is a religious experience. The store is the world's largest, most-comprehensive video library.
Last month, in Moustiers Sainte Marie, France, I watched several shopkeepers return a lost young bird to a part of town closer to its natural habitat. This small drama was a play of few acts, but reflected a pattern of human conduct embedded in urban life.
A few hundred ethnically diverse demonstrators filled a sunny afternoon with demands that fast-food chains pay a living wage.
Where are you headed this summer? We've collected a few highlights from our favorite American destinations to help get you started.