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 [...]
I had the lovely opportunity of shooting Madeline and David’s engagement photos at Fort Tryon Park a few weeks back! Fort Tryon Park is beautiful, and Madeline went to high school right down the street from the park :) It was a gorgeous spring day – I can’t wait to shoot their wedding in June! [...]
Some diptychs made with my half frame camera, spanning the beginning of the semester (September 2012) up until the day I left home to come back to school after winter break (January 2013). Canon Demi EE17 + Kodak Portra 400.
A few shots from a day I spent alone, wandering through Central Park and lying down on one of the big rocks and reading a book.
Sorry for the lack of updates, y’all – college is busy. Life is busy. I am not dead (I promise). I’ve been shooting fairly consistently for class, and I’m excited to say that I’m allowed to shoot 120. :) I’ve also started up a project with one of my fellow photo majors, Andrew Jarman, who is pictured [...]
Mom has been itching to go to the Central Park Zoo for a very long time, so for Mother’s Day we took the train into the city the Saturday before, walked up to Central Park, and got lost trying to find the zoo. It was a brilliantly sunny day, everyone was out, and the city [...]
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.
On Saturday, I ventured into Manhattan with Brent and Gaellissa to shoot their engagements. They are such a genuinely sweet and energetic couple – we had a blast walking around Central Park, finding crazy new locations. For instance, did anyone know there was a castle in Central Park?! Or a garden called Shakespeare’s Garden? From [...]