I was going through my dash and realized I never posted any of the photos I took at the AOU premiere back in April. I wish I’d had a better camera, especially at the end when everybody was rushing by because it was getting late, but my phone’s camera worked well enough for the first few folks that stopped by to say hi. This was definitely a night to remember! Left to right, top to bottom: Jeremy Renner, Anthony Mackie, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Cobie Smulders, Jimmy Rich, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, and Robert Downey Jr. I was also lucky enough to take some selfies, but it’ll take some convincing to post those here because I rarely post pictures of myself (today’s pic with the Full Monty shirt notwithstanding).

Wesley smiled at the person in front of him, who might have been startled by the impromptu click from the shutter of his camera. “Sorry, I’m working on a project, so I needed a few pictures of my new neighbors. I hope you don’t mind.”


Christian Tagliavini

From his series Voyages Extraordinares

Swiss-Italian, born in 1971, educated in Italy and Switzerland, where he lives and works as a photographer.

This blog has presented Tagliavini’s work before. He returns with a new series, just in time for the prestigious Paris Photo Art Fair, the most important photography fair of the year. Voyages Extraordinaires is a homage to Jules Verne’s most well-known novels, “Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea, "Journey to the Center of the Earth” and “From the Earth to the Moon.” Small sets and tightly-shot frames give the images a claustrophobia appropriate to the subject matter. 

Tagliavini is represented by the highly respected Galerie Camera Work from Berlin, Germany. 

i’ve been watercoloring a bit to force myself to slow down, but.. it turns out my scanner is too old to connect to my mac and etc so.. I guess I better start looking for a new one. >_>

Fenris is quite the thistle plant imo.