Saturday, November 28, 2009

Mental Mayhem, Son of a Gypsy

Mr. Mayhem in Philly, 2009, on set for his cameo in the Ellis Ashbrook music video shoot of Hard To Be Easy .

Mayhem's gift is tangling words and meanings while tying your brain into a mental launch pad to vivid encounters from day to day existence.  He recommends calming down and opening up.

Lil' Sis Gets Hitched: Annie & Adam

Boulder, Colorado buzzed for this one.  

Annie tosses the goods; Annie & Adam heading toward the Boulder Theater; Jim, Tudy, Paul & John at the Reception

It was an epic weekend to say the least.  There are, of course, many more images, and will be released over a period of tasteful time.  Stay tuned for the video of B&JT jamming on stage with Nate Frog.

Saturday, October 17, 2009

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Lobster for Lunch

FDR Drive, Bed-Stuy, New Jersey

Friday, September 18, 2009

Morning Commute

FDR Drive, Below Canal St.   Brooklyn in the Morning.  Sometimes you have to take a cab to work.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009


Summer 2009 is over.  It had some good views, like this one looking over the East River and Queens from a Delta flight coming in from Minneapolis.  It was one of the nicer days of the year.  I remember thinking to myself, "Queens is massive."

You know this year it's rained more days in New York then in Seattle?

CLICK HERE to see a satellite image of the Big Apple.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

A View No More

Myrtle Ave. & Marcy Ave.  Bed-Stuy   2008

The corner was a bull dozed BP station a year ago and is now a six story apartment building.  This view is from four stories...  the view is gone.

Thursday, September 3, 2009

Bobtography featured in The L Magazine

The current issue is hot off the press so grab your copy before it grabs you. They used thee images on the cover and four in the feature.  Two of the stories are online, check'em out.
One  Two 
Special thanks to Rachel Newell, The L Magazine's Art Director and newest visual voice.  

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Goodbye To A Coast

Highway 1, Bayou Lafourche, Southern Louisiana

Good Morning America featured the  Jon Bowermaster/ NatGeo project on Southern Louisiana on 8/27.  Cinematography was by Jefferson Miller and your buddy BobbyT. 

You can see their piece at

AND watch a trailer for our film (to be finished this fall) on  JON's SITE

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Crack Kills

Kirby Dr. & The Southwest Freeway, Houston, TX 2009      

Monday, August 24, 2009

Brooklyn Artist Series #4

Jonathan Granoff, Musician, Bed-Stuy Brooklyn

Jon's band, Ellis Ashbrook, are face melters and rock out in New York City daily.... weekly.  Check them out and see you there.

Shrimpin' da Gulf

Jefferson Miller, D.P., shoots two generations of Vietnamese shrimpers in the Mississippi Sound, LA.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Beatrice Perry, Sculptor

Beatie Perry at her home in Germantown, NY.  Fall 2008.

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Juan in a Million

Juan Colindrez, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, 2009

Sunday, August 16, 2009


Boulder Creek and the West Fork Valley, Western Montana , near the Continental Divide.  

The West Fork of the Bitterroot River sits in a steeply pitched valley surrounded by a dense carpet of firs and pines.  Don't be surprised if you run into a Mountain Lion  Timber Wolf or Moose out here...  They like their space. 

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Urban Bears Are Hard To Find

Flatbush, Brooklyn

Upon spotting an urban bear, the quickest was to assure safe passage down the block is to calmly switch your phone to speaker mode, and hope you've already downloaded anything at 120 beats per minute.  From there, dance at your own discretion, the bear will not hurt you, he'll only want to dance more.  

Sunday, August 2, 2009


Camping and fishing on the Selway River in Idaho's Bitterroot National Wilderness Area was worth every mile of driving, walking and wading to get into it's currents. You can see how clear the water is, totally amazing. We were catching Bull Trout on Caddis and Hopper Fly's.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

ATTN: ENVIRO's- Get Down to Louisiana

Behind a Shell Station looking toward an Exxon Plant, Jefferson Parrish, LA

Forget the Amazon.  The largest wetland wilderness in the North American continent is disappearing 1 football field a day and it looks like public apathy may get the better of a national treasure.  It's a damn shame.  

To get involved in Louisiana, or anywhere natural waterways are being threatened, check out a great organization named the Water Keeper Alliance.  They are serious about keeping our water clean and need a lot of help.  It is OURS, and WE can make or break it.  

Monday, June 15, 2009

Sarcasm Clinic #1

Good sarcasm is like sharp cheddar, when you pour it on you still more.

Luke, Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, very sarcastic.

Save The Swamps!

Basin Keeper Dean Wilson (left) and D.P. Jefferson Miller at sunset on the Spanish Swamp, East of Baton Rouge.

Friday, May 22, 2009

Alligator Bayou, LA.... Reporting from the South

Three alligators in Alligator Bayou East of Baton Rouge, LA.

Urban sprawl in Baton Rouge is threatening the future of these prehistoric reptiles and their swamp. New residential development--planned communities-- have been spreading like wild fire surrounding the wetland area post-Katrina and already new residents are calling for the swamp to be drained. The alligators will have no where to go and will be rounded up and most likely shot. The politics are tricky and go way back, it looks like the alligators will loose their swamp.

It is a shame that state and federal lawmakers/ regulators do not see what is at stake here. Ecologically, the food chain is disrupted with untold consequences and the once delicate ecosystem is scarred permanently until long after the extinction of humans. Just look at the Lower 9th Ward, vegetation regains the neighborhood block after block deeper and thinker every single day.

It would take a serious private investor to stand up first and foot the bill for proper legal protection of the swamp. It's a cantaloupe for President Obama, too. Real change would be the reversal of fortune for southern Louisiana. Not to mention the tons of agro-waste sent from the mid-west and the miles of chemical refineries lining the Mississippi River-- the life source of that entire region-- no body is doing a damn thing to stop it.

Dead Zones, Superfund Sites , toxic Northerlies; the list of horror goes on and yet nothing towards actual turn around. It's sad.

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Back to the Swamp

Me, Myself, I, at Alligator Bayou, LA

Headed back to Southern Louisiana with Jon Bowermaster for National Geographic.  Talking Dead Zones......
Check out Jon's site for more details and footage:

Monday, February 23, 2009

Brooklyn Artist Series # 3

Rob Johnson, Independent Filmmaker, Flatbush

Dark comedy has a new guy. Rob's films explore the absurd circumstances faced by normal people in everyday life. Stay tuned for info about his latest stab, Killing the Joneses, for info about screenings. You can contact Rob via this blog.

Friday, January 30, 2009

Bridges to Brooklyn

The Brooklyn

The Manhattan

The Varanzano

Thursday, January 29, 2009

Brooklyn Artist Series #2

John Barber, Musician, Bed-Stuy

Look for John and his band Ellis Ashbrook
to melt some faces. Check the link to see when they play next. Guaranteed to make you groove.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Beauty in Numbers

My neighbors.

My neighborhood.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Hip-Hop Hippo Lib Dub

The Flight of the Concords held a lip dub contest with the winner shown on HBO. This is a last minute wonder, collaborated by the Myrtle Palace.