The Black Harbor The Black Harbor is an online account of the work, ideas, and inspiration of a tight-nit collective of creatives. Over the years we have created things together, attended school together, fought together, and partied together. We have grown beyond the simplicity of friendship. We are now a family. Our purpose is to celebrates the work of the collective and explore creative work in the world that truly inspires us driving us to be better at what we do. Our hope is that as we document our work, process, lives, and inspiration that you will also be inspired and share your work with us.
I spent this last summer in N. Adams Massachusetts. It is kind of a classic American town full of old mills, a big quarry, farms, a train station and lots of motorcycles and dudes driving around awesome cars from the 60 ... Continue reading →
This spring Tara Guertin, AFAR Magazine’s Director of Photography, assigned me a photo anthology on North Carolina bluegrass music and culture. The project functioned very similar to a commission in that T ... Continue reading →
Over 400 species of bird call Trinidad and Tobago home. And I counted at least 7 that lived in the tree over my apartment. The country on the other hand has a very diverse ethnic background. Trini women are considered some of the most exotic women on the planet. Continue reading →
Here are some images from recent travels. I have been on the road quite a lot at the beginning of this year. Where ever assignments lead me I try to take time to do some work on my own. I feel that some of this work has to wi ... Continue reading →
Here’s a quick stop in to share a recent portrait session. This is Karina. She is a friend and a barnstormer.
We shot near my houseboat in the Richardson Bay when the tide was out. When the tide’s out it l ... Continue reading →
Back in February 2011, I was fortunate enough to receive an invite to MADE for a David LaChapelle doc screening, where I met the man himself along with many other creative juggernauts Berlin has to offer (thanks Emil ... Continue reading →
I was blown away by these conceptual photographs found via synaptic stimuli today. The photos were created by Richard Selesnick and Nicholas Kahn who have been collaborating since 1988 on a series of complex narr ... Continue reading →
Mr. Wayne Lawrence’s portraits taken at Orchard Beach feel honest. Depending on where you look and what you are looking at these days, there is at there is an awful lot of artifice out there and I like that ... Continue reading →
I came across Jake’s work via Looseleaf as a small image on a web page and on a quick glance I thought they were photographs. My first reaction was that is exactly how I see things and try to photograph landscapes ... Continue reading →
I remember a while back discovering and really liking the work of Jeff Bark. Particularly I remember loving his Woodpecker series.
I hadn’t looked at Jeff’s work in a while when a friend showed me some w ... Continue reading →
Andrea Galvani is an Italian artist working in Brooklyn NY. His work spans several genres including video, drawing and installations. There is a surreal quality and much of his work immediately raises the questi ... Continue reading →