Two super sassy outtakes from photos I took for new work/professional photos/hi I’m a boss sometimes/holy moley I’m wearing makeup.
I have one more week in this amazing house with fantastic natural light. Let me know if anyone needs a headshot in the next week, I’m trying to take as many photos as possible before we move on the 26th!
My second home, New York. Meat packing district. Kuwanis. Chelsea Market. Barclay’s Center.
Brownfield, Maine. Spent the last weekend adventuring and exploring the middle of nowhere in Maine. We arrived far past dusk and navigated our way one and a half miles in the darkness to our yurt, an awesome shelter thats a cabin-tent hybrid.
No phones, no electricity, just candles and a gas lamp.
Also, the amount of gun shots we heard outside under the veil of night (presumably hunting, animals) was alarming.
7 Seconds at Brighton Music Hall.
Well, two years in a row we’ve had less than a month’s notice to move somewhere. This time it stings especially, as this beautiful place has been the backdrop for so many amazing photo shoots and the first place I’ve felt emotionally attached to..ever. Reblogging the first time I explored my house with my dirty camera lens.
Trolling Chicago and Boston craigslists for that “place” that gives you the warm tinglies.
Back on the band wagon. Had a wonderful shoot at True Bistro a few weeks ago with their Vietnamese Crepe. Definitely
Click on the photo to see stage two of my new website! I’m really excited for the new direction I’m going in and would love feedback (note, totally not done yet).
In a slightly off-topic note, it turns out over the next few months I’m going to be spending a ton of time in Chicago! Would love some recommendations on the music scene/places to adventure.
Drove 11 hours through upstate new york, pennsylvania, and a thunder/lightning storm with Tay and Jose on two hours of sleep.
Capital Radio at Midway Cafe
I had a really fun time with Graham, a local cellist/baker in Allston’s notorious Ringer Park at twilight.