He's competitive, fast, he reminds me of the actual NYC jockeys I shot portraits of for 7 years. He talks like a jockey, he shoots like a jockey — position!, he moves like a jockey. He is the most jockeylike of any lensjockeys I have seen yet. He HAD to be on the cover. I even had a contest to find a cover feature photographer for the magazine. I still want to do that, but the first contest was held just about when I met Jim. And he stole the fucking cover scene.
Other lensjockeys included in ISSUE 2 of LENSJOCKEY are:
Leanne Staples - http://www.flickr.com/photos/ifotog - she takes such exquisite architectural shots, really personifies them, and clouds also - awesome cloud shots.