Hey all, happy Monday! I’ve entered this contest called Art Takes Times Square, and I would really appreciate it if you could take a second and click “collect me” at the top of this page. If I win, I’ll be $10,000 richer and have a showing in Times Square – two very very good things [...]
model: Carly Ferreira skirt provided by Blue Hawaii Vintage A couple of weeks ago, I shot this spring-y little editorial with the lovely Carly. :) The skirt was provided by Blue Hawaii Vintage, which is located on Bangs Avenue in Asbury and has some of the cutest clothes – I have another shoot featuring their clothes coming [...]
I shot a whole roll of self portraits the day we went to the Whitney. When I came home it was raining lightly but I was bursting with this weird inspiration and energy from the Whitney. I didn’t love all of the art there – not even remotely so – but being surrounded by all [...]
Nutella to go rainy days in Manhattan Evan Tetreault’s portraits the Lomography store on 8th Street in Manhattan – they had a sample sale over the weekend, and I snagged some Portra, a roll of Ilford Pan-F ISO 50, and black and white film for my land camera the back rooms of thrift stores 120processing.com [...]
Over spring break, Chris helped me shoot self portraits and landscapes at night for an assignment for my photo project. The photographs are mostly on film, which I am still printing, but these are some digital test shots Caiti
To celebrate my brother Matt’s thirteen birthday, my family + a lot of other people traveled into the Bronx to see the second Yankee game of the season from a box suite :) I had never been to any major league game or a Yankee game before, so it was really exciting. We took a [...]
The Whitney was weird. Modern art is weird. (But I like it.) These are pages from an astrology book hung all about the museum, I think I want to do something like that in my future house I left my mark in a big book in a big city in small messy letters.
Easter candy at 75% off being the only one in the darkroom party suites at Yankee Stadium the way spring smells the telltale signs of summer – spiders, air conditioning, shorts and humidity late night walks under orange lights leaving little notes in big cities Four months and two days until I move into that [...]