I purchased one of the first digital cameras when Fecal Face went online in 2000. It was a massive Kodak with 2 mega pixels.
After taking someone's photo, you'd turn it over to show them the image on it's tiny 1" display. People were flabergasted. You could delete an image and take another without "wasting film"... That blew peoples' minds.
Well, these days everyone's little black monolith does it all including shooting decent photos in a variety of styles... Oh how things have changed since 2000 when Fecal Face went online --> these days we've been lying low waiting for things to change, and here's some random photographic proof from the life of a galleriest living and working in the City by the Bay.
Doing my best Breaking Bad.
We spent a little time in this position.
Poo's favorite movie.
I miss those guys... Hey Los Angeles, have you seen San Francisco's art scene?
Mountain lion spotting in Marin.
My mom was a babe.
Martin Machado's piece "The Albatross and the Shipping Container" is amazing and on display at FFDG.
My best impression of a jazz cat.
Visitors at our apartment. I love these guys.
If the sun's out, I want to be in it.
If you don't have one, get one. Best drink/ food camping supply that takes very little room.
We have a thing for L.W.Ds - or known as "Little White Dogs".
As seen on Embarcadero.
Also a jazz cat.
I miss Mike Giant already.
Jeremy Fish coming to FFDG in August.
Jim Houser coming to FFDG in July.
Best road to drive in the Bay Area above the clouds.
CA is in a drought in case you haven't heard.
Groshong and Windsor made a little man!
We need more room for forthcoming projects, so we got a diesel.
OG Jazz Cat!
Mr. Dave Fallis, ladies and gentlemen.
Jabba the Hut over here.
I'll be here all week...