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i finally joined instagram…there’s a few things coming up this summer that it will work well for.  i only have 10 photos on my phone so it might take a while..
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Woohoo!!!!!!!

thomasprior:

i finally joined instagram…there’s a few things coming up this summer that it will work well for.  i only have 10 photos on my phone so it might take a while..

thomas_prior

Woohoo!!!!!!!


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Denver Broncos fans. Shot for ESPN the Magazine.
Denver, CO (2013)
I am heading to New York on Sunday for a week of meetings and am updating and tweaking my book for the trip. This spread is one of my faves.

Denver Broncos fans. Shot for ESPN the Magazine.

Denver, CO (2013)

I am heading to New York on Sunday for a week of meetings and am updating and tweaking my book for the trip. This spread is one of my faves.

Cleofe Gura and her drawing of her experience during Typhoon Haiyan.
Hernani, Philippines (2014)
Cleofe Gura, 11 years old
We were at the daycare center during the typhoon. Water started coming in and then a few minutes later the big waves splashed the whole building. We had to run to survive.  Ate Rona and Auntie Beny hid in the bathroom at the day care center and didn’t leave because they were so scared. They died in there. 
At the height of the typhoon I heard someone crying for help. I tried to help, but I wasn’t able to see him. And then the big wave reached him. After that I saw that all of the houses in our neighborhood were gone. 

Cleofe Gura and her drawing of her experience during Typhoon Haiyan.

Hernani, Philippines (2014)

Cleofe Gura, 11 years old

We were at the daycare center during the typhoon. Water started coming in and then a few minutes later the big waves splashed the whole building. We had to run to survive.  Ate Rona and Auntie Beny hid in the bathroom at the day care center and didn’t leave because they were so scared. They died in there. 

At the height of the typhoon I heard someone crying for help. I tried to help, but I wasn’t able to see him. And then the big wave reached him. After that I saw that all of the houses in our neighborhood were gone. 

Edsam Gura and his drawing of his experience during Typhoon Haiyan.
Hernani, Philippines (2014)
Edsam Gura, 12 years old
"When the typhoon hit on November 7th of last year, my sister, Cleofe, and I were at the daycare center where my mother works. It was already early in the morning and the wind started to blow really hard. We saw the first wave coming so we ran to hide in Mr. Furton’s hut. My parents were in our house when the big waves struck our village. When the wind started to calm down, I decided to go down to the daycare center. I wasn’t able to recognize the place at first. It’s was like I was somewhere else. And that is when I was told that my father had died.”

Edsam Gura and his drawing of his experience during Typhoon Haiyan.

Hernani, Philippines (2014)

Edsam Gura, 12 years old

"When the typhoon hit on November 7th of last year, my sister, Cleofe, and I were at the daycare center where my mother works. It was already early in the morning and the wind started to blow really hard. We saw the first wave coming so we ran to hide in Mr. Furton’s hut. My parents were in our house when the big waves struck our village. When the wind started to calm down, I decided to go down to the daycare center. I wasn’t able to recognize the place at first. It’s was like I was somewhere else. And that is when I was told that my father had died.”

Steers Coming to Feed
Chugwater, WY (2012)
The awesome folks from Mossless talked with me about place, HOME, By The Olive Trees and American culture in an interview for Vice. Take a peek here.

Steers Coming to Feed

Chugwater, WY (2012)

The awesome folks from Mossless talked with me about place, HOME, By The Olive Trees and American culture in an interview for Vice. Take a peek here.

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BY THE OLIVE TREES by Michael Friberg & Benjamin RasmussenSaturday, April 196-9pm @ TGIF
We’re super excited to announce our upcoming launch for the incredible newsprint publication by Michael Friberg and Benjamin Rasmussen.
By The Olive Trees is a project about the lives of Syrian refugees living in Jordan. It was recently published as an 80 page newsprint book intended to be distributed for free.
For more info about the event and check out the Facebook invite here.
p.s. We strongly suggest checking out the Kickstarter that made this project happen.  See you on the 19th!

How you all can make it to the launch shot of By The Olive Trees!!!

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BY THE OLIVE TREES by Michael Friberg & Benjamin Rasmussen
Saturday, April 19
6-9pm @ TGIF

We’re super excited to announce our upcoming launch for the incredible newsprint publication by Michael Friberg and Benjamin Rasmussen.

By The Olive Trees is a project about the lives of Syrian refugees living in Jordan. It was recently published as an 80 page newsprint book intended to be distributed for free.

For more info about the event and check out the Facebook invite here.

p.s. We strongly suggest checking out the Kickstarter that made this project happen.  See you on the 19th!

How you all can make it to the launch shot of By The Olive Trees!!!


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Beach.
El Nido, Philippines (2014)

Beach.

El Nido, Philippines (2014)

TINCUP Whiskey.
Aspen, CO (2013)

TINCUP Whiskey.

Aspen, CO (2013)

Trees.
Aspen, CO (2013)
I have an email update going out later today. Sign up here if you want in.

Trees.

Aspen, CO (2013)

I have an email update going out later today. Sign up here if you want in.

Tourists.
Tulum, Mexico (2014)

Tourists.

Tulum, Mexico (2014)