So after Raw ended Cena and Ambrose had a cheer off to see who would get louder cheers (Dean won) so Dean gets out the ring to go up the ramp & he’s high-fiving fans and talking to them. On the other hand Cena exits the ring and is high-fiving fans on the left side of the ring. Then all of a sudden a grown ass man jumps out of the crowd and he’s heading for Cena. Now at this point the Security has already gotten to the guy and Dean looks like He’s about to jump in just in case if the fan tried to hurt Cena. However the fan is crying and yelling “I love you to Cena”. So while Security is dragging the guy out, Cena runs to catch up and he high-fives the guy. And the crowd is quiet. But all of a sudden you hear Dean out of no where laughing his ass off. Then everyone starts laughing. Then dean called us crazy then John was like “look who’s talking”.It was honestly great!


Manakamana was filmed on the cable car built to transport devotees of the Hindu goddess Bhagwati to the mountaintop Manakamana temple in Nepal, where they hope their offerings will allow the goddess to grant their wishes. The film’s 11 cable-car journeys up to the temple and down from it (each lasting approximately as long as a 400-foot roll of 16mm film—Manakamana was shot in Super 16 but is distributed as DCP) present a panorama of worshippers and tourists interested in the temple—portraits of individuals, couples, groups of friends during a moment of transport and transformation.” —Film Comment

Melissa reminds me of Amy Poehler because she is unafraid of looking silly. We made a theme song for ourselves. It’s just our characters’ last names—Diaz and Santiago—but the way we sing it, it’s really funny. It goes, ‘Di-az and San-ti-a-go!’ and sometimes we add a ‘f*ck yeah!’ at the end. We crack up every time.
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Dear Phoot Camp,

It was so nice meeting you. I was so nervous to come and be surrounded by such INCREDIBLE talent, but you were all so humble, so kind, so genuinely interested in getting to know me and everyone else, and it just really warmed my heart.  The older members took the newbies under their wings without hesitation, and I’ve never felt so instantly part of a “cool kids club” than when I showed up at Phoot.

You guys broke me down, wore me out, and made me a better artist. You made me no longer fear the night! As a natural light photographer, I dreaded having to use lights or a flash. after two days in a dark desert with you all, I have a new found confidence in night photography. 

You never made me feel stupid when I said, “Hey will you get naked and stand in this bush?” You just trusted that maybe I had an idea I wanted to execute and you weren’t even gonna judge me or ask questions.

You never made me feel rushed to get a shot.  Everyone was so patient and helpful and overwhelmingly supportive of everyone there and I can honestly say I’ve never been in that type of environment. When that many creative people can get together, make art, collaborate, share, and be so completely giving with their time, energy, and ideas… that is something so special. 

I hate the phrase, “You had to be there,” but we all know how true it is. To wake up every day with only “breakfast, lunch, and dinner” on the schedule, yet still work and create around the clock just because we LOVE it so much, was paradise. The first night I got back to chicago, I woke up in the middle of the night, had no idea where I was, but I instantly reached for my camera and instead grabbed my cat. I was ready to shoot, explore, and hang out and that was the first real pang I felt and I’m not quite sure it’s gone away yet. 

To feel like I have a strong network of likeminded photographers in various cities around the world is truly the greatest gift. You all well exceeded my expectations of Phoot camp and are all very important to me for all sorts of reasons I may never be able to put in words.  

And lastly, I no longer fear getting in front of the camera! Before Phoot I genuinely hated having my picture taken, but after four minutes with Chris Butler who really didn’t care how much I hated it in the least, I got over it pretty quickly. And by the fourth day, I got naked and hugged a tree in the middle of the desert for a picture (which is super liberating and I highly recommend it,) so thanks for that. 

Please stay in touch, friends. I really can’t wait to keep up with your work and see all the great photos you take forever and ever.  Also, thanks to squarespace for sponsoring this and giving us all a free trip to the desert, and to Laura Brunow Miner, who invented the whole dang thing. You rule. 

For a full gallery of Phoot pictures, go HERE.