Jamie Dimon Fists Up
Jamie Dimon Fists Up

Letters From a Lost Weekend creates an alternative history of the financial crisis of 2008.  It is a collaboration with photographer Rose Cromwell, and appeared in Vice Magazine December 2014.

Letter to Ina Drew
Letter to Ina Drew

Jamie Dimon writes to his Chief Investment Officer at JP Morgan Chase and ponders the metaphors for capitalism.

Jamie Dimon's Weak Moment
Jamie Dimon's Weak Moment

At the Federal Reserve, Jamie Dimon decides to ingest his own cum, deciding that this is the perfect metaphor for late capitalism.

Letter to Michael Cavanagh
Letter to Michael Cavanagh

Things are bad, and they are about to get worse. Jamie Dimon initiates the decline of civilization: financial, moral, physical.

Numbers Make The Man
Numbers Make The Man

Jamie Dimon rationalizes love with a famous financial formula.

Letter to Judy
Letter to Judy

Jamie Dimon wants to come home.

Exotic Love
Exotic Love

Jamie Dimon with his Dominican mistress/housecleaner Martia.

Letter to Martia
Letter to Martia

Jamie Dimon writes his Dominican mistress/housecleaner Martia and ponders what white privilege might be.

Everything Is Fine
Everything Is Fine

Jamie Dimon realizes that the bailout means that risk has been socialized, yet profit remains private.

Letter to Bill Winters
Letter to Bill Winters

Jamie Dimon writes his co-head of Investment Banking, talking him off the ledge and introducing the garden as a perfect metaphor for present day capitalism.

The Garden
The Garden

Jamie Dimon: "...And it will be mine, a glorious pastiche of colonial fantasy. Don't you get it Bill? We are gardeners of the economy, makers of our own paradise."

Jamie Dimon Fists Up
Letter to Ina Drew
Jamie Dimon's Weak Moment
Letter to Michael Cavanagh
Numbers Make The Man
Letter to Judy
Exotic Love
Letter to Martia
Everything Is Fine
Letter to Bill Winters
The Garden
Jamie Dimon Fists Up

Letters From a Lost Weekend creates an alternative history of the financial crisis of 2008.  It is a collaboration with photographer Rose Cromwell, and appeared in Vice Magazine December 2014.

Letter to Ina Drew

Jamie Dimon writes to his Chief Investment Officer at JP Morgan Chase and ponders the metaphors for capitalism.

Jamie Dimon's Weak Moment

At the Federal Reserve, Jamie Dimon decides to ingest his own cum, deciding that this is the perfect metaphor for late capitalism.

Letter to Michael Cavanagh

Things are bad, and they are about to get worse. Jamie Dimon initiates the decline of civilization: financial, moral, physical.

Numbers Make The Man

Jamie Dimon rationalizes love with a famous financial formula.

Letter to Judy

Jamie Dimon wants to come home.

Exotic Love

Jamie Dimon with his Dominican mistress/housecleaner Martia.

Letter to Martia

Jamie Dimon writes his Dominican mistress/housecleaner Martia and ponders what white privilege might be.

Everything Is Fine

Jamie Dimon realizes that the bailout means that risk has been socialized, yet profit remains private.

Letter to Bill Winters

Jamie Dimon writes his co-head of Investment Banking, talking him off the ledge and introducing the garden as a perfect metaphor for present day capitalism.

The Garden

Jamie Dimon: "...And it will be mine, a glorious pastiche of colonial fantasy. Don't you get it Bill? We are gardeners of the economy, makers of our own paradise."

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