New project

Hey guys. I wanted to let you all know I am in the preliminary stages of starting a new photography project. I am looking for volunteers so I thought I’d reach out to you all - my amazing Tumblr family. I’m looking for people to photograph and interview in places that have had a significant impact (good or bad) on their lives. If this sounds like something you would be interested in participating in, send me a message. This is not an Asbury Park thing exclusively so if you’re within reasonable distance I will come to you. Also this won’t be impacting HOAP in any way so don’t worry, I’ll continue to post on here as usual. Thanks!

"Tell me about your biggest heartbreak."
"I was 19 when I fell in love for the first time. Before that I had girls but never really knew nothin about love. I was crazy about her and she was crazy about me. We were together for years, had 2 kids out of the relationship. But she was married. And in the end she decided to keep her secret and stay in her marriage. She broke my heart."

"Tell me about your biggest heartbreak."

"I was 19 when I fell in love for the first time. Before that I had girls but never really knew nothin about love. I was crazy about her and she was crazy about me. We were together for years, had 2 kids out of the relationship. But she was married. And in the end she decided to keep her secret and stay in her marriage. She broke my heart."

"Tell me about a time in your life when you felt the most carefree."
"In my mid twenties, I toured with Lollapalooza for 4 summers, with bands like Jane’s Addiction, Nine Inch Nails, Pearl Jam… It was the best time of my life, not a care in the world. And all these years later, I’m still friends with all those people."

"Tell me about a time in your life when you felt the most carefree."

"In my mid twenties, I toured with Lollapalooza for 4 summers, with bands like Jane’s Addiction, Nine Inch Nails, Pearl Jam… It was the best time of my life, not a care in the world. And all these years later, I’m still friends with all those people."