Wednesday, August 31, 2016


I haven't worked in a darkroom since high school - so over fifteen years ago? That class was what made me aware of photography as an art form, and was a huge part of what put me on the path I'm on now. This was a test roll I did at Ruby Falls a couple of weeks ago, and the first roll of film I've developed on my own in a long time. I'm excited to be doing more of this kind of thing - there really isn't anything else like it. 

© Jamie Goodsell

Sunday, August 21, 2016


We're losing another staple next month and it hurts. Melrose was the place you couldn't really find, you had to kind of just know where to look. It was positioned in the middle of this abandoned plaza, where all you could see was a door that said billiards on it. It's the first place I would hang out when I moved here, and next month it will be permanently closed for the sake of "progress." I'm hoping that the new owners keep some of its charm intact and it can still be an okay place to go play some damn pool. 


© Jamie Goodsell 


Refueled Magazine is putting out a photo book by one of my favorite humans on the planet! He co-owns Stereo Skateboards with Chris Pastras, and they've always incorporated their own love for the arts into the aesthetic of that company. For me, this is a no-brainer to pick up - especially being limited to 500 copies and signed by the man himself. Currently, they are saying there's only around 20 copies left, so don't sleep on it! 

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