Miscellaneous photographs from November and December, prior to winter break. Minolta SRT-100 + Ilford Delta 100, my favorite film to date (and the ugliest when scanned straight from the negative). Gillian’s first snowstorm. Sam, during the first snowfall of the season I’m off to scan darkroom prints! Excited to finally show everyone what I’ve been [...]
I should put all of these in separate blog posts but that’s all right. I sent in three rolls of 120 from the first three weeks of summer and here they are. Summer began fast, with a sweet 16 and then Help-Portrait. This is a triple exposure from Help-Portrait (accidental) of Mike. On the last [...]
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 [...]
Emil and I took the train into the city and took the subway to Pratt over spring break. We met up with a former classmate and one of my future classmates, met up with Sandy and Michelle at Spice, and walked all over the city because we just didn’t want to go home yet.
This is a blog post dedicated to my mom. I don’t think I’ve ever appreciated my mom as much as I have this year. Not even because she was diagnosed with cancer and subsequently I realized how much I would miss her (although it helped) but because I think I finally realized that she is [...]
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 [...]
“Do something every day that scares you. Today, I asked a stranger if I could photograph him. He was sitting on the front steps of an apartment in New York City, smoking a cigarette, and he seemed so content. He looked a little like Johnny Depp and there was just something about him. I walked [...]
On Saturday, Emily, Aunt Shell and I took the train into the city to explore the High Line! The High Line is a park in NYC with old railroad tracks running through it. It’s elevated, because back in the early 1900s there were a lot of accidents when freight trains ran at street level in [...]