For the next leg of the trip, we flew up to Bagan from Yangon. Bagan is one of the most spectacular places on earth, which also makes it the main tourist destination in Myanmar. It was actually the first time in four days that I had seen any Western tourists, which played out to be ironically delightful.
Tag Archives: 2012
We started the trip off in Bangkok, Thailand. From there, We flew into Yangon, Myanmar, and stayed in the busy little city for a few days. Here are some shots from Yangon…
Myanmar (Burma) is amazing. Beautiful and welcoming people, Wonderful weather, and breathtaking landscapes. Here are a few photos from the trip!
Back from the sea and heading to VT. The FRENDLY GATHERING is going off this weekend and it’s going to be a good time. Sorry for not giving you east coasters a heads up, but there is always next year. Stay tuned!
An exclusive walk through with Mike Diamond, curator of the Transmission LA installation opening at MOCA on April 19th, 2012.
Traveling out of the sunless heart of the sunshine state, my journey to the desert had begun as a heated lie. Indio was the the place and the event was Coachella. Weather day 1 was a cold bitch and the haze was only felt by the clouds. The general public was prude to the chance of enlightenment. I felt a change. What was happening to Coachella? What was happening to music festivals?