I spent an afternoon with Norah, the day after I arrived home from school. shot on a Mamiya RB67 + Kodak Portra VC 400.
May was exciting – I finished my freshman year of college & moved home for the summer, and a week later, I flew out to Portland, Oregon for a week. Two of my best friends from school, Andrew and Gillian, live in Portland, and Gillian’s family was generous enough to house and feed me for [...]
Medium format photographs spanning the end of March to the very beginning of May, my last month in the city until August.
Back in April, I had the chance to shoot a few portraits of my friend Nick Andreadis, who was such a wonderful subject. We worked really well together, which I appreciated – it’s nice when someone knows instinctively what you’re looking for in an image. shot on my Yashica Mat EM + expired Kodak Tri-X [...]
If you recognize these AWESOME faces, it’s because I shot their wedding a year ago in Somerset! Brent and Gaellissa were the first couple to hire me to shoot a wedding, and I’m so excited that they contacted me to shoot anniversary portraits for them! We picnicked in the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens until the rain [...]
This semester, I focused in my darkroom class mainly on shooting portraits (both others and myself). I feel drawn to portraiture and would like to continue shooting them, particularly on medium format. All hand-developed and printed. Shot on my Yashica Mat EM and a mixture of Fuji Acros 100 and Kodak Tri-X 400 (expired). (As [...]
I went out shopping in Manhattan after work one Friday night and ended up taking the F back toward school but decided to go all the way out to Coney Island instead. I missed the ocean – I just wanted to be next to it again, for a little while. Shot on my Canon EOS [...]
In March, the lovely Lexi Mire came to NYC and organized a Flickr meetup! I met some photographers I’ve admired forever (including Lexi) and saw some familiar faces as well :) Flickr was where I first found photography and really connected with it, and I am eternally grateful. It was so exciting to meet these people [...]