Anonymous asked: Can we see your face?
This is not my official personal Tumblr. So I’ve never felt a great need to use a photo of the real me. Thus far I’ve preferred the symbolism of the pistol-packing outlaw from the 1903 film The Great Train Robbery, which speaks to my desire to survey weaponized imagery from centuries of art and history. I try to treat Guns and Poses like a little museum where I’m the curator, not the star. That’s not to say this goofy museum of mine doesn’t reveal a lot about me. Sometimes you have to read between the tumbles.
I’m amused that this question comes anonymously. If I were less anonymous and people could my devastatingly handsome face, I’d be getting more questions.