I enjoy taking on challenging and sometimes controversial assignments. Deciding to shoot a meth lab installation in Marfa, Texas was no exception.

What most people wouldn’t know by looking at these photographs is that each room was tiny, with awkwardly-shaped and dimly-lit rooms. No lens could capture these images in one frame without distorting the environment, making this a challenging interior shoot. I created all the interior images of this 15 room meth lab by shooting several plates and had them assembled in post production by my retoucher and fellow artist Lars Kremer. “The project took me about 6 weeks to complete… it was a very tiring project with many double days and sleepless nights.” These images show the full scope of our creative and production capabilities… “in the end, I am very proud of these images and I love the overall esthetic of this book.”

This book was printed and distributed by D.A.P. in a first edition of 1000 and is completely sold out by the distributor.  Unfortunately there will not be a second printing of  “Hello Meth Lab In The Sun.” So I have decided to make available my remaining 20 personally signed copies, they are available for $100.

Simply click on the paypal button below to secure your copy.

Finally, I would like to thank Justin Lowe and my longtime friend Jonah Freeman for trusting me with this project and allowing me to push my creative boundaries in creating these unique images…

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Hello Meth Lab in the Sun

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