If anyone can capture the wildness in the streets that surrounds SXSW, it’s Sandy Carson.
He just posted a gallery of pics from 2014. Go HERE to check them out.
“I consider this the ultimate bag for a cycling photographer, city commuter, or all-terrain weekend warrior. It serves the photographer, the commuter and those who want to be adventurous and get lost or party in the woods far away from the civilized world. Most professional photographers own two or three camera bags, but most of us want a bag that can easily hold a basic film or digital SLR, laptop, some personal belongings, and a few accessories. Finding a bag that is comfortable to ride with is the main issue and this bag is meant to solve that problem.”
Click below to check out a bunch of photos from the trip along with an intro & captions from Taj.
Hit up ESPN for additional photos too.
Sandy Carson just launched a new portfolio site. Eyeball that HERE. I mean it, all kinds of gems.
I can’t stop laughing at the photo above. I’m currently that guy in a coffee shop laughing by himself in the corner.
Sandy Carson has put together a book documenting the aftermath of Hurricane Ike in Galveston, TX. The project was roughly 2 years in the making, and the resulting photographs are as eye-opening/shocking/wild as you can imagine. You can preview and buy the book HERE.
In addition, there will also be an art show at Okay Mountain on October 23rd, in Austin, TX. Hit that up if you can.
This project sounded interesting to me, so I threw Sandy some questions about it. Click below to check that out.
Sandy Carson just sent over a photo of Ryan Worcester jumping the Austin street gap. Check it out!!
Sandy Carson just wrote in to mention that he has uploaded 2 collections of photos from his ongoing project, which he is calling ‘God’s Will Is On This Island’ -An Aftermath of Hurricane IKE on Galveston County.
Check out some powerful photos HERE. The one above is unreal, especially with that sign.