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What part of the planet would you like to explore? 
Top left corner of the continental US. I’ve been as far northwest as Minnesota and as far north as the bottom of Idaho, but missed the rest. Which seems like a wide beautiful space of fracking boomtowns, the forest from Endor and just a chunk of the country I’ve never seen. Also I’d like to make it to Alaska & Hawaii, which seem just otherworldly. I haven’t been out on the road in a bit, but I feel it’s only a matter of time until I get out to at least the top left of the country. Have you recently been living by any life philosophy? Ha-ha, yeah, funny enough I have been living the adult life I would have most wanted at 16. For the last year plus, I’ve been regularly shooting hardcore (punk) shows and indie (professional) wrestling, so I guess that’s a philosophy. I am still straight edge and vegetarian, but they’re not terribly recent life choices. Who would you most like to see embarrass themselves? I wish nothing but dignity for all people. But I am going to say Geoff DeCicco, my oldest friend. When we lived together in college, pretended to go out, only to wait in our bathroom for half an hour with his now wife, so he could jump out from behind our fridge in a Chewbacca costume and scare the shit out of me. I feel he has it coming. Name a design flaw in the human body. I kind of wish I could just output prints from pictures I made with my eyes. I am not sure which orifice I would like the prints to come out of, but it would make my life better. Describe the most important photo you’ve seen. I immediately went important to me, as opposed to all humanity, and even then I can’t really think of a specific picture. But I spent a lot of time as a kid with my little sisters making slide shows of my mother’s photographs from her life before she had us. Or Justine Demetrick’s fanzine Intermission, particularly issue #3. Both made me want to pick up a camera for the first time. 

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What is it that interests you about photography? 
I think it’s kind of the general thing that is interesting about all art. I don’t think I am alone in feeling that everything has been done and there is nothing truly surprising or different left to do. Until someone does it, and there is that wonder and amazement that there exists this completely different way of making art that I never even considered. What Was The Last Crime You Witnessed? Oh this year, I saw a guy get chased out of a cellphone store on the Fulton mall in downtown Brooklyn and then get caught and arrested by a bunch of cops. Before that, I saw some pretty bloody rioting in Varanasi, India, around 2000. Oh, and I got mugged twice after that in grad school, the last time at gunpoint, so I guess I witnessed that. If you had to align yourself with a leader in history, who would it be? I guess as a straight edge, vegetarian democrat, I’ll say Ian MacKaye, Ray Cappo, and Jimmy Carter. Also I can highly recommend the Carter Library in Atlanta. Carter is a much-underrated president. Also just saw New York Mayor Bill de Blasio enjoy the Bad Brains from the side of the stage at this year’s Afro Punk Fest, so I am pretty high on him right now. 

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  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S A Sunday stack of black and whites from Richard Max Gavrich taken from his series “Encounter Group.” Originally based in San Francisco CA, Richard now works out of Baltimore, MD. To see more of Richard’s work head to his website here.  If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs (minimum 500px in width), a link to your portfolio and a short description on your work or series to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S A Sunday stack of black and whites from Richard Max Gavrich taken from his series “Encounter Group.” Originally based in San Francisco CA, Richard now works out of Baltimore, MD. To see more of Richard’s work head to his website here.  If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs (minimum 500px in width), a link to your portfolio and a short description on your work or series to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S A Sunday stack of black and whites from Richard Max Gavrich taken from his series “Encounter Group.” Originally based in San Francisco CA, Richard now works out of Baltimore, MD. To see more of Richard’s work head to his website here.  If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs (minimum 500px in width), a link to your portfolio and a short description on your work or series to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S A Sunday stack of black and whites from Richard Max Gavrich taken from his series “Encounter Group.” Originally based in San Francisco CA, Richard now works out of Baltimore, MD. To see more of Richard’s work head to his website here.  If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs (minimum 500px in width), a link to your portfolio and a short description on your work or series to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S A Sunday stack of black and whites from Richard Max Gavrich taken from his series “Encounter Group.” Originally based in San Francisco CA, Richard now works out of Baltimore, MD. To see more of Richard’s work head to his website here.  If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs (minimum 500px in width), a link to your portfolio and a short description on your work or series to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S A Sunday stack of black and whites from Richard Max Gavrich taken from his series “Encounter Group.” Originally based in San Francisco CA, Richard now works out of Baltimore, MD. To see more of Richard’s work head to his website here.  If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs (minimum 500px in width), a link to your portfolio and a short description on your work or series to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  

S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S 

A Sunday stack of black and whites from Richard Max Gavrich taken from his series “Encounter Group.” Originally based in San Francisco CA, Richard now works out of Baltimore, MD. To see more of Richard’s work head to his website here.  

If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs (minimum 500px in width), a link to your portfolio and a short description on your work or series to:        

- submissions@theheavycollective.com  


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Make a prediction for the future
. The paris saint germain will win the champions league! I expected that since I was a child. Your favorite artist? I would say David Hockney. Are you aware of the conspiracies? I do not think much of the word conspiracy, but more to the media, the world of art is a true mafia enough deguelasse in passing sentence for behind high social, elitism and culture hides millions of dollars shared between a small number of elected people. What interests you about photography? Being able to highlight anything, that everything can be beautiful or interesting if you do it well. What’s the worst thing about city life? The lack of nature and wild animals, but I walk a lot in the woods to see recently in wood Vincenne I saw a fox. What part of the world you would like to explore? I will be content to see regions of France that I do not know yet, I have no idea from one country in particular that I want to explore. 

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Are Pets Actually Prisoners
? In fact prisoners are pets? In some ways yes, but some can not live in freedom for long, so I released my rabbits, my canaries or my chinchilla in the wild, they would not long lights. What do you think is the most plausible of the supernatural? I love x-files, but I do not believe in the supernatural, by cons I feel more energy due to the natural elements such as trees, the wind ….  If you were to align yourself with a leader in history, who would it be? Vercingetorix !! he united the Gauls against the invasion of the great emperor Caesar! this is the first French leader. Choose a field of science to be an expert in. I prefer technical, plumbing, mechanical or electrical. What is the last crime you witnessed? I am fortunate to not have an answer. What is the next book you want to read? I just finished a book by Peter Sotos and the next I would read was the autobiography of Mike Tyson. Summer or winter? I love living in the summer, but I feel better in winter, this is my gothic side. Ultimate camera? My Fuji GA 645, automatic, built-in flash, really cool for portraits. Most used camera? Olympus mju a 2. Which item do you want? The new PSG jersey and a poster of Geri Halliwell topless that I found on Amazon, but they can not send him to France. 

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Which item do you need
? Great Epson scanner worth 3000 euros. Describe a cheap thrill. Beer at the grocers. Who would you most like to see embarrass themselves? I wish well to everyone. Is there something wrong with the kids today, and if so, what? I grew up with the comic strip, children’s books, films for children, manga, I do not know if children now do not grow too fast and zap their infancy, it’s a shame because my fondest memories comes from the time the dragon ball z, ninja turtle, Scrooge magazine ….. Pick An Historic Moment From The Last Hundred Years To Bring A Camera To. Very good question. I’m not a war reporter then I’ll tell you something more pop, and I would say woodstock is the kind of pictures that I can do. Which Talent Would You Most Like To Have? May eat all things. I’m very picky and I eat a lot. What will baffle future generations about our day and age? No idea … the future scares me. What is your plan for the next 24 hours? I’m going to walk to Versailles with a friend and surely eat at Mcdonalds and we’ll smoke up and in the evening we go to watch the game from the psg.

Melchior Tersen - From the series Hellfest.

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H A M B U R G E R - E Y E S - N O # - 1 6

Help Hamburger Eyes get their latest issue no#16 out of the frying pan and into the fire. Already ticking over at an expectedly speedy rate, the H-Eyes Kickstarter page is acting more like a get in quick preorder than a drawn out donatathon, get the goods before they’re gone. 

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  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S This Sunday we feature the work of London based photographer Will Sanders. To see more of Will’s work you can visit his website here. "Most of these photos were taken along the Pan American HIghway in Peru during the South American summer. The billboards are put up in early Dec along the route to the south beaches as this route is extremely busy during the summer months. It always seems strange to me to see these colourful adverts in such a desolate setting, kind of like advertising on the moon and I always looked forward to seeing them each year.  One year there weren’t as many and I was told it was because there had been so many accidents due to people being distracted that they had to be taken down".If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs and a portfolio link to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S This Sunday we feature the work of London based photographer Will Sanders. To see more of Will’s work you can visit his website here. "Most of these photos were taken along the Pan American HIghway in Peru during the South American summer. The billboards are put up in early Dec along the route to the south beaches as this route is extremely busy during the summer months. It always seems strange to me to see these colourful adverts in such a desolate setting, kind of like advertising on the moon and I always looked forward to seeing them each year.  One year there weren’t as many and I was told it was because there had been so many accidents due to people being distracted that they had to be taken down".If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs and a portfolio link to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S This Sunday we feature the work of London based photographer Will Sanders. To see more of Will’s work you can visit his website here. "Most of these photos were taken along the Pan American HIghway in Peru during the South American summer. The billboards are put up in early Dec along the route to the south beaches as this route is extremely busy during the summer months. It always seems strange to me to see these colourful adverts in such a desolate setting, kind of like advertising on the moon and I always looked forward to seeing them each year.  One year there weren’t as many and I was told it was because there had been so many accidents due to people being distracted that they had to be taken down".If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs and a portfolio link to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S This Sunday we feature the work of London based photographer Will Sanders. To see more of Will’s work you can visit his website here. "Most of these photos were taken along the Pan American HIghway in Peru during the South American summer. The billboards are put up in early Dec along the route to the south beaches as this route is extremely busy during the summer months. It always seems strange to me to see these colourful adverts in such a desolate setting, kind of like advertising on the moon and I always looked forward to seeing them each year.  One year there weren’t as many and I was told it was because there had been so many accidents due to people being distracted that they had to be taken down".If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs and a portfolio link to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S This Sunday we feature the work of London based photographer Will Sanders. To see more of Will’s work you can visit his website here. "Most of these photos were taken along the Pan American HIghway in Peru during the South American summer. The billboards are put up in early Dec along the route to the south beaches as this route is extremely busy during the summer months. It always seems strange to me to see these colourful adverts in such a desolate setting, kind of like advertising on the moon and I always looked forward to seeing them each year.  One year there weren’t as many and I was told it was because there had been so many accidents due to people being distracted that they had to be taken down".If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs and a portfolio link to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S This Sunday we feature the work of London based photographer Will Sanders. To see more of Will’s work you can visit his website here. "Most of these photos were taken along the Pan American HIghway in Peru during the South American summer. The billboards are put up in early Dec along the route to the south beaches as this route is extremely busy during the summer months. It always seems strange to me to see these colourful adverts in such a desolate setting, kind of like advertising on the moon and I always looked forward to seeing them each year.  One year there weren’t as many and I was told it was because there had been so many accidents due to people being distracted that they had to be taken down".If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs and a portfolio link to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S This Sunday we feature the work of London based photographer Will Sanders. To see more of Will’s work you can visit his website here. "Most of these photos were taken along the Pan American HIghway in Peru during the South American summer. The billboards are put up in early Dec along the route to the south beaches as this route is extremely busy during the summer months. It always seems strange to me to see these colourful adverts in such a desolate setting, kind of like advertising on the moon and I always looked forward to seeing them each year.  One year there weren’t as many and I was told it was because there had been so many accidents due to people being distracted that they had to be taken down".If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs and a portfolio link to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S This Sunday we feature the work of London based photographer Will Sanders. To see more of Will’s work you can visit his website here. "Most of these photos were taken along the Pan American HIghway in Peru during the South American summer. The billboards are put up in early Dec along the route to the south beaches as this route is extremely busy during the summer months. It always seems strange to me to see these colourful adverts in such a desolate setting, kind of like advertising on the moon and I always looked forward to seeing them each year.  One year there weren’t as many and I was told it was because there had been so many accidents due to people being distracted that they had to be taken down".If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs and a portfolio link to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  
  • S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S This Sunday we feature the work of London based photographer Will Sanders. To see more of Will’s work you can visit his website here. "Most of these photos were taken along the Pan American HIghway in Peru during the South American summer. The billboards are put up in early Dec along the route to the south beaches as this route is extremely busy during the summer months. It always seems strange to me to see these colourful adverts in such a desolate setting, kind of like advertising on the moon and I always looked forward to seeing them each year.  One year there weren’t as many and I was told it was because there had been so many accidents due to people being distracted that they had to be taken down".If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs and a portfolio link to:        - submissions@theheavycollective.com  

S U N ( D A E ) D A Y - S U B M I S S I O N S 

This Sunday we feature the work of London based photographer Will SandersTo see more of Will’s work you can visit his website here

"Most of these photos were taken along the Pan American HIghway in Peru during the South American summer. The billboards are put up in early Dec along the route to the south beaches as this route is extremely busy during the summer months. It always seems strange to me to see these colourful adverts in such a desolate setting, kind of like advertising on the moon and I always looked forward to seeing them each year.  One year there weren’t as many and I was told it was because there had been so many accidents due to people being distracted that they had to be taken down".

If you would like to see your work featured as part of SUN (DAE) DAY Submissions, please send a handful of jpegs and a portfolio link to:        

submissions@theheavycollective.com  

  • A N T O I N E - B R U Y : S C R U B L A N D SAntoine Bruy’s Scrublands project, a document of Europeans living off the grid looks to grow and go onwards, launching a crowd funding page on the newly established Fotofund platform. Four years in, Antoine’s series captures with incredible intimacy men and women of Europe turning their backs on the city and tackling a self sustained existence. If successfully funded Antoine plans to further the series in Americas Appalachian mountains, practically a petridish for every kind of interesting subculture and movement on the continent, a perfect Locale to rest his lens. Help a good bloke out with a plane ticket and keep Scrublands moving. For more information visit Antoine’s Fotofund page."Since 2010, I traveled throughout Europe to meet men and women who made the radical choice to live away from cities, willing to abandon their lifestyle based on performance, efficiency and consumption. The people and places depicted in my pictures display various fates which I think, should not only be seen at a political level, but more importantly as daily and immediate experiences.These are in some ways, spontaneous responses to the societies these men and women have left behind. Therefore their land is exploited but never submitted, time has lost its tight linearity to become a slow and deliberate pace. No more clock ticking but the ballet of days and nights, seasons and lunar cycles".While we’re talking Antoine Bruy, dive into the archive and check out our interview from a few months back right here. 
  • A N T O I N E - B R U Y : S C R U B L A N D SAntoine Bruy’s Scrublands project, a document of Europeans living off the grid looks to grow and go onwards, launching a crowd funding page on the newly established Fotofund platform. Four years in, Antoine’s series captures with incredible intimacy men and women of Europe turning their backs on the city and tackling a self sustained existence. If successfully funded Antoine plans to further the series in Americas Appalachian mountains, practically a petridish for every kind of interesting subculture and movement on the continent, a perfect Locale to rest his lens. Help a good bloke out with a plane ticket and keep Scrublands moving. For more information visit Antoine’s Fotofund page."Since 2010, I traveled throughout Europe to meet men and women who made the radical choice to live away from cities, willing to abandon their lifestyle based on performance, efficiency and consumption. The people and places depicted in my pictures display various fates which I think, should not only be seen at a political level, but more importantly as daily and immediate experiences.These are in some ways, spontaneous responses to the societies these men and women have left behind. Therefore their land is exploited but never submitted, time has lost its tight linearity to become a slow and deliberate pace. No more clock ticking but the ballet of days and nights, seasons and lunar cycles".While we’re talking Antoine Bruy, dive into the archive and check out our interview from a few months back right here. 
  • A N T O I N E - B R U Y : S C R U B L A N D SAntoine Bruy’s Scrublands project, a document of Europeans living off the grid looks to grow and go onwards, launching a crowd funding page on the newly established Fotofund platform. Four years in, Antoine’s series captures with incredible intimacy men and women of Europe turning their backs on the city and tackling a self sustained existence. If successfully funded Antoine plans to further the series in Americas Appalachian mountains, practically a petridish for every kind of interesting subculture and movement on the continent, a perfect Locale to rest his lens. Help a good bloke out with a plane ticket and keep Scrublands moving. For more information visit Antoine’s Fotofund page."Since 2010, I traveled throughout Europe to meet men and women who made the radical choice to live away from cities, willing to abandon their lifestyle based on performance, efficiency and consumption. The people and places depicted in my pictures display various fates which I think, should not only be seen at a political level, but more importantly as daily and immediate experiences.These are in some ways, spontaneous responses to the societies these men and women have left behind. Therefore their land is exploited but never submitted, time has lost its tight linearity to become a slow and deliberate pace. No more clock ticking but the ballet of days and nights, seasons and lunar cycles".While we’re talking Antoine Bruy, dive into the archive and check out our interview from a few months back right here. 
  • A N T O I N E - B R U Y : S C R U B L A N D SAntoine Bruy’s Scrublands project, a document of Europeans living off the grid looks to grow and go onwards, launching a crowd funding page on the newly established Fotofund platform. Four years in, Antoine’s series captures with incredible intimacy men and women of Europe turning their backs on the city and tackling a self sustained existence. If successfully funded Antoine plans to further the series in Americas Appalachian mountains, practically a petridish for every kind of interesting subculture and movement on the continent, a perfect Locale to rest his lens. Help a good bloke out with a plane ticket and keep Scrublands moving. For more information visit Antoine’s Fotofund page."Since 2010, I traveled throughout Europe to meet men and women who made the radical choice to live away from cities, willing to abandon their lifestyle based on performance, efficiency and consumption. The people and places depicted in my pictures display various fates which I think, should not only be seen at a political level, but more importantly as daily and immediate experiences.These are in some ways, spontaneous responses to the societies these men and women have left behind. Therefore their land is exploited but never submitted, time has lost its tight linearity to become a slow and deliberate pace. No more clock ticking but the ballet of days and nights, seasons and lunar cycles".While we’re talking Antoine Bruy, dive into the archive and check out our interview from a few months back right here. 
  • A N T O I N E - B R U Y : S C R U B L A N D SAntoine Bruy’s Scrublands project, a document of Europeans living off the grid looks to grow and go onwards, launching a crowd funding page on the newly established Fotofund platform. Four years in, Antoine’s series captures with incredible intimacy men and women of Europe turning their backs on the city and tackling a self sustained existence. If successfully funded Antoine plans to further the series in Americas Appalachian mountains, practically a petridish for every kind of interesting subculture and movement on the continent, a perfect Locale to rest his lens. Help a good bloke out with a plane ticket and keep Scrublands moving. For more information visit Antoine’s Fotofund page."Since 2010, I traveled throughout Europe to meet men and women who made the radical choice to live away from cities, willing to abandon their lifestyle based on performance, efficiency and consumption. The people and places depicted in my pictures display various fates which I think, should not only be seen at a political level, but more importantly as daily and immediate experiences.These are in some ways, spontaneous responses to the societies these men and women have left behind. Therefore their land is exploited but never submitted, time has lost its tight linearity to become a slow and deliberate pace. No more clock ticking but the ballet of days and nights, seasons and lunar cycles".While we’re talking Antoine Bruy, dive into the archive and check out our interview from a few months back right here. 

A N T O I N E - B R U Y : S C R U B L A N D S

Antoine Bruy’s Scrublands project, a document of Europeans living off the grid looks to grow and go onwards, launching a crowd funding page on the newly established Fotofund platform. Four years in, Antoine’s series captures with incredible intimacy men and women of Europe turning their backs on the city and tackling a self sustained existence. If successfully funded Antoine plans to further the series in Americas Appalachian mountains, practically a petridish for every kind of interesting subculture and movement on the continent, a perfect Locale to rest his lens. Help a good bloke out with a plane ticket and keep Scrublands moving. 

For more information visit Antoine’s Fotofund page.

"Since 2010, I traveled throughout Europe to meet men and women who made the radical choice to live away from cities, willing to abandon their lifestyle based on performance, efficiency and consumption. The people and places depicted in my pictures display various fates which I think, should not only be seen at a political level, but more importantly as daily and immediate experiences.These are in some ways, spontaneous responses to the societies these men and women have left behind. Therefore their land is exploited but never submitted, time has lost its tight linearity to become a slow and deliberate pace. No more clock ticking but the ballet of days and nights, seasons and lunar cycles".

While we’re talking Antoine Bruy, dive into the archive and check out our interview from a few months back right here