berlin underground (2007) (life on film series)

I was in berlin in the winter of 2007. In between train stops, I passed through this station and these lights looked so strange to me, like glowing eyes. I was shooting on a konica autoreflex TC and that had a light leak so the film got fogged. I like it even more because of that.

konica autoreflex TC
hexanon AR 40 f/1.8 + .42 fisheye
ilford hp5 plus 400 film

train station fogged

This is the last from negatives post of 2013. Stay tuned for more in 2014.

down the stairs (2003) “life on film” archives

This was taken on my grandparents porch in waynesville, north carolina in 2003. My granny and grandpa’s house was an awesome place to explore, especially when I was growing up.

bell and howell FD35
canon 50 f/1.4
kodak C-41 black and white film, scanned.
down the stairs granny house (2003)

praying mantis (2005)

I noticed this praying mantis outside of my window one day.

konica autoreflex TC
hexanon AR 28 f/3.5 + .42X wide angle
kodak c-41 black and white film negative scan

This was the last frame on the roll.

praying mantis (2005)

praying mantis (2005)

spike jonze (2003) from the archives

I couldn’t end the site without having at least one more post.

spike jonze (september 2003)
photograph by sean conley 
bell and howell FD35
canon 50 f/1.4
kodak 400 c-41 black and white film

I met spike jonze at the hot chocolate tour skate demo at 6th avenue in nashville, tennessee in 2003. My friend jim was in the background talking and spike turned around and I shot this. I was too nervous to walk up to spike and ask to take his portrait. Even though looking back now I know he wouldn’t have cared. I met marc johnson, kenny anderson and loads of others that night. good times. I will have to dig up those photos and scan them one day. This one is from the archives.

spike jonze (2003)

spike jonze (2003)

I will be posting the link with all of my film photographs on here when they are finally up. It will be archives from 2003-2009. Thanks again for following this blog.