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Neil Patrick Harris, Pop Haydn and Lilly Von Schtupp In “The Case of the Creaky Corset.”

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Pop Haydn and Neil Patrick Harris.

I went back down to LA to photograph my good friend Pop Haydn’s new show “Pop Haydn in the 21st Century “

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Pop and the magic lemon.

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Pop magically reading the audiences question via the “The Sphere of Destiny.”

Since this show was only days before the Magic Castle awards ceremony The audience was filled with big name magicians and Pop did not disappoint them.

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Pop’s matter teleporter.

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I’m just a little country boy, so ice sculptures still impress me.

A few days after Pops show, I attended the Magic Castle’s award ceremony.

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In case you ever wondered what a stack of 30 nomination certificates from the Academy of Magical arts looks like.

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The Orpheum Theatre is probably the most impressive theatre I’ve ever been in.

It was an incredible show with magicians from all over the world performing with Jason Alexander (George from Seinfeld) as the MC.

Several of the acts were literally Jaw dropingly good. (I’m well aware dropingly is not a word.)

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Pop and his lovely wife Nancy.

 It was a pretty neat feeling when I realized I had probably just met half of the worlds top one hundred magicians.

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Pop Haydn with the Amazing Randi.

The night after the award ceremony Pop, Nancy and myself attended  Lilly Von Schtupp’s

Monday Night Tease, a delightful show.

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The evening was hosted by Batman and Alfred.

For a burlesque show, it was surprisingly wholesome.  The entire crowd seemed to know each other with people moving around from group to group and shouting across the small bar-room, it had a real family atmosphere.  The dancers were extremely well received and it felt more like a costume party than a strip club.

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Robin ended the show with a bang.

The day after the burlesque show Pop and myself went out to find Bronson cave. Its better known as the batcave from the 1960’s Batman, it also appeared in countless other Hollywood features.

Here’s my version of a “B” movie.


Pop finding the entrance to the cave.

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Pop wondering what treasures and dangers might await him.

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Pop discoveries a mysterious orb.

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Pop realizes its the fabled Sphere of Destiny.

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Pop absconding with the Sphere.

 As usual I had an incredible time, Pop Haydn is an amazing person and I am truly happy to call him a friend.



Teaching Katrina


I’ve begun teaching one of my models, Katrina White, how to take pictures.

Here’s my photographs from the last shoot she did with her friend Lior.

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Katrina’s doing a great job.

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My photo of Lior.


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