We moved to Toronto in the summer of 2015. I knew few people here when I arrived and spent a lot of time walking and making pictures. (See the Toronto gallery for portraits of people who I met.)
Genevieve Barbee is a Pittsburgh artist. I made this picture the first time I met with her to discuss putting her art into the Atwood Window Gallery.
We had stopped for gas in New Jersey and I saw this couple tying a dresser to the top of the car. It looked precarious but they hadn't had any problems with it.
This is an outtake from a headshot sitting for Candy, who is an opera singer now singing in St. Galen, Switzerland.
The geometric stripe designs on this hoarding resemble the disruptive camouflage patterns used on ships during and after WWI. Rob was passing by with his two bottles of Tide and agreeably posed for me.
The Sherlock Holmes Society brought together 113 people dressed as the detective to enter into the Guinness World Records. Criteria for an eligible costume require that the individual have a cape, pipe, hat and magnifying class.
My dissertation research on small technology nonprofits with a focus on international development included a focus on Geekcorps and its volunteers.
Portrait for Brett Yasko's John Riegert project in which 250 artists were asked to make a portrait of John.
I made this picture on my birthday. It was later included in the Start with Art program, in which newborns leaving participating Pittsburgh hospitals were given a print.
Every Mother's Day, Josh Franzos photographs the Race for the Cure in Pittsburgh for the Susan G. Komen Foundation, and I often help him out on his team.