Professional photography was never our plan, but after three years of doing our own thing, we've started to get noticed. That's the brilliant thing about choosing to live in New York: everyone here is looking for something, working for it, connecting with other people with the same spirit.
Sitting down at SHUT's Orchard Street store, we caught up with owners Rodney Smith, Michael Cohen, and Adam Schatz, plus head designer Eli Morgan Gesner, to talk roots, nostalgia, and where the culture is headed next.
You can have worse ideas than going to a record store and listening to stuff based purely on album art. At worst, you'll wind up with a bunch of $1 records that will look rad on your wall. At best, you find tracks like Instant Funk's "Everybody."
Fresh after our interview excerpt with Big Steve yesterday, we're bringing you a little extra BTS from our shoot day, talking shit with the man himself as he finesses a Latina pinup on 13thWitness' calf.