I've have mostly taken photographs in my studio since the mid-1980s.
My studio is part of the flat where I live. In the last few years,
I've taken a lot of very hot shots of Tim in gear. But this time I dragged
him and a friend out on Folsom St. to see what kind of images we could
me there is something so iconic in this shot in the way a leatherman
stands, or maybe that is, in the way a leatherman leans. I find younger
men into the scene, don't know how to lean because instead of hanging out
in bars, they're all working their smart phones. It is a small
comfort for so many lost hours spent in dark, loud, smoke filled and
liquored up bars. Just trying to grab an hour or two with someone like
yourself before going back to the "real" world.