Continuation of my series of urban infrastructure and landscapes. This drive-in closed about 2.5 years ago. Land owners and theatre owner couldn’t come to terms on a new lease. I only went once in the 30 years I’ve lived here. Wish I could remember which movies I saw. I do remember they were still using the speakers that you hung over your car window. Will definitely head back over there soon to create more images.
One of my favorite things to do while in unfamiliar places is to photograph the streets and explore. I was recently in Hermosillo,Mexico for my TEOE show and had a couple days to just explore. I found myself walking through some back streets with some friends when we happened upon a business were Coyotas were being prepared. We were invited in and allowed to photograph the process. I am always amazed how friendly everyone is in other countries. Also these Coyotas are amazing!
The Coyotas are a popular type of Mexican sugar cookie. The first recipes for them date back to the 19th century and coyotas are frequently thought to originate in a region of Mexico known as Sinaloa. Contemporary recipes for coyotas can often be found throughout Mexico and the southwestern United States. The typical batch of coyotas yields cookies that are larger and flatter than other kinds of sugar cookies and they are traditionally flavored with brown, rather than white granulated, sugar.
Looking forward to an amazing show in Hermosillo,Mexico on January 23rd. Here are some of the details of the show:
The images of Phoenix photographers David Moore and Jason Grubb, and Hermosillo photographers Juan Rubalcava II and Luis Gutiérrez will be on display at the Museum of Art of Sonora (MUSAS) from January 23 – February 28, 2014. The opening night reception of this 80-print exhibit will be held at MUSAS in Hermosillo beginning at 7 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 23). Come join us to celebrate our eighth photo exchange with photographers from Sonora!
Camerawerks just had the pleasure working with Gold Canyon Candle on there Fall 2013 catalog. We spent 10 days shooting a variety of images in our studio at Legend City. Everything from minimal product photography to more complex room sets. Here are some of our favorite photographs from the shoot.Its always amazing to work with such a professional crew and get so much accomplished. A special thanks goes out to the team from Gold Canyon Candle, Blackwell Design and Ron Garnica. If you would like to see the whole catalog or get some amazing candles you can view everything at: