More Polaroids

I was gifted a new instant (polaroid) camera by Fuji, and I love it.

Same Old

I'm back once again, doing the same old shit.

Saying I'll be writing more and then never doing it.

So this time I'm not making any promises but I'm going to attempt to start again.

This week has been a week of reflection after a year of moving to New York, starting school and working in PR.

Now I'm kind of thinking about why I came to NY and what I'm doing now.

Back when I first moved at the time last year the blog was going at full speed, and then it slowly stopped and I need to keep this going.

New York is my playground and in a year I've completely overhauled my life with new friends, a new apartment, and a new outlook on life.

I need to remember my very young age and all that comes with it, good and bad.

Through watching my friends I've learned that I need to be using my hands and creating again because I haven't created anything in a long time.

I look at creations my friends have made and I fathom at how we all have the same parts but produce so many different things. One can make jewelry, many can take photos, and so much more is surrounding me.

I've finally started getting back to the idea that school is a good thing and this year's classes have helped me remember that.

It's time to get back on my grind and create again. One of my best friends, we'll call her Lulu, taught me to never stop using your hands and creating, and that's what I'll do.

One of the first things is to get this blog going, and making time for it.

For you and for me, either way, I win.

photos by me.

Fuji Instamax Mini


The finished result of:


Model: Emm McCormick
Photographer, Stylist, & Director: M. Ambrose


I'm back bloggers! Finally, I've got a new shoot! Well, let's say part one of two. This is the digital side of things, while the 35mm film is being processed. I just couldn't resist posting these shots from the shoot today, powered by Issuu! Hope you enjoy!






Man About Town.





A New Leaf.

Hello readers,

I hope this message finds you well. Hey! It's Matt..., the fashion blog you know and love will be heading a new direction. For the rest of the month, I will be posting only Black & White photos and videos. It's been an idea for a while now, but I could never commit. Well now, a new day has come and I'm going to make the commitment. Soon, once the month is over, I'll be back to posting the latest products, editorials, and all the finer things in life.

Enjoy the change, and get ready for the future.

All the best,

Hey! It's Matt...

Need to Read!

Start reading the Fashionisto's interview with River Viiperi, now.

He's the model of the month after all.

History in My Backyard.

Recently, in a turn of events, I was whisked away only a few blocks from my home to the Hotel Chelsea. All I heard was "private tour" and "rooftop" as we swiftly ran down 7th Ave to the NY staple. My good friend, Emily, the presidential scholar she is was researching the hotel and interviewed one of the most connected men in Chelsea, a great guy and jack-of-all trades at the hotel named Victor. He knew the Hotel Chelsea like the back of his hand, and gave Emily, another good friend Olivia, and I a tour on a beautiful day here in the city. I had no idea this was home to so many creatives, in the past and today. Every inch of the hotel's walls is filled with paintings, drawings, and sculptures. Which, I found out were forms of rent payment to the hotel from the artists living there! We even checked out a few of the rooms where you can stay today, which were once apartments to writers and musicians. It was such a treat, and I'm so happy to have gotten the opportunity to take a tour in a piece of New York history.

p.s. Did you know Sid killed Nancy in the Hotel Chelsea?

Check out some of the photos from the tour...

...more adventures to come!

J. Lindeberg Spring/Summer 2010


Summer is near!

Summer is near people! That's right, it was a beautiful 85ยบ in New York today, and it couldn't get any better! Now that the sun is finally here it was time to buy some new sunglasses. There's always been one pair that I've wanted for awhile and now with a steady job, I made it happen.

Ray-Ban large, gold aviators.

"Developed for their functional excellence. Desired for their legendary appearance. They are the styles that define lives. They are the Ray-Ban Icons.

Cool was invented in 1937. Originally developed to combat the blinding glare experienced by US Air Force pilots, Aviators merged formidable design with cutting-edge technology and changed the face of society forever."

Cool, reinvented in 2010.

Coitus Magazine...Issue #1 over...Coitus Magazine...need I say more?

These are a few shots that didn't get into the issue, but I'm not complaining! River Viiperi (and Rory Torrens) are taking over the first issue of UK based Coitus Magazine. Buy the issue here!

Selling by the £.