Jesse Thorn, photographed by Rian Johnson, Feb 9, 2012.

Jesse Thorn, photographed by Rian Johnson, Feb 9, 2012.

An interview with yours truly in Reply Magazine.
(photo by Noe Montes)
Head in the clouds - circa 1983.

Head in the clouds - circa 1983.

Fall has fallen hard here in Los Angeles.  Today while we were walking the dogs, my wife said, “you look handsome today.  Let’s take a picture for your internet friends.”
Who am I to say no?
Wearing those new Paraboots.  Pants are Barbera, shirt Lands’ End, both sweater and tie have no label, the jacket’s (old) Brooks Brothers and the hat’s a Cuffley Cap.  Most of it second-hand.  (Including our dog.)

Fall has fallen hard here in Los Angeles.  Today while we were walking the dogs, my wife said, “you look handsome today.  Let’s take a picture for your internet friends.”

Who am I to say no?

Wearing those new Paraboots.  Pants are Barbera, shirt Lands’ End, both sweater and tie have no label, the jacket’s (old) Brooks Brothers and the hat’s a Cuffley Cap.  Most of it second-hand.  (Including our dog.)

In case you hadn’t noticed, I’m back from vacation.  A week in the Sierras, a week in Martha’s Vineyard.  Wasn’t really taking pictures in the woods, but we took some by the seashore.  Onward!

We don’t post a lot of pictures of ourselves, but here’s another from MaxFunCon.  Again, credit Noe Montes for the lovely shot.
I bought the suit at Goodwill, years ago.  It’s by Abercombie & Fitch, dated 1959.  The tie is also vintage A&F, though it’s much later… I’d guess early 80s.  The square is Luciano Barbera and the shirt is Thin Red Line, and it’s cream, not white.  The shoes, which you can’t see here, are Alden wingtip boots.  Perfect for stomping around in the brisk mountains of Southern California.

We don’t post a lot of pictures of ourselves, but here’s another from MaxFunCon.  Again, credit Noe Montes for the lovely shot.

I bought the suit at Goodwill, years ago.  It’s by Abercombie & Fitch, dated 1959.  The tie is also vintage A&F, though it’s much later… I’d guess early 80s.  The square is Luciano Barbera and the shirt is Thin Red Line, and it’s cream, not white.  The shoes, which you can’t see here, are Alden wingtip boots.  Perfect for stomping around in the brisk mountains of Southern California.