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Portfolio Update!

August 7, 2014

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Long overdue!

An update to my portfolio with new work for T Magazine, Anaise, Voices of Industry and Bela NYC.

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More updates to come later this month, including some new portraits and travel photos from Mexico & Florida.

Ana Kras for T Magazine!

August 5, 2014

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I’m thrilled to share some very recent work today …

I photographed the lovely Ana Kras and her apartment for The New York Times’ T Magazine!

Ana is a furniture maker, illustrator, photographer and model and her work is incredible.

You can see the full feature here: http://tmagazine.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/08/04/ana-kras-apartment-serbian-model-design-star-of-the-moment/

I’ll be adding a full edit of the photos to my portfolio site this week, stay tuned…

Nathan Bogle’s Morning Routine

July 30, 2014

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I visited London-born Mr. Nathan Bogle in his Lower East Side apartment and photographed his morning routine for Harry’s Five O’Clock Mag recently.

Aside from being incredibly funny and kind, Nathan is the talented designer of Jardine. He is also a sometimes model and before Jardine, he was one of the founders of Rag & Bone.

You can see his morning routine here: http://fiveoclock.harrys.com/post/125/the-method-nathan-bogle

Huntington Gardens on The Garden Edit

July 21, 2014

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In early 2013, I took a series of photographs at The Huntington Gardens in Pasadena, California. I had not shared most of the series yet, but it was recently published on The Garden Edit Journal.

The Garden Edit is a new site founded by English gardener John Tebbs, which includes a collection of products for, and inspired by, the garden. The Journal has a nice selection of posts already, featuring the “Garden Series” (a photographic essay of people in their gardens), as well as “Inspired By” (photographic series that celebrate gardens, landscapes and plants on a personal level).

You can see the feature and the full set of my photographs HERE. Thanks to John Tebbs!

Southold

July 15, 2014

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It was a failed attempt to escape work for a leisurely few days away at the beach, but even 24 hours was super nice (I’ll take what I can get).

One of the highlights: an early evening swim in the cold waters of the Sound. My favorite time of day to take a dip.

Coltrane Curtis’ Morning Routine

July 14, 2014

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Last week, I photographed Coltrane Curtis’ morning routine for Harry’s (although it was really all about his son Ellington’s routine, as he clearly rules the apartment in the mornings). This was one of my favorite recent morning routine shoots.

Coltrane, his wife Lisa, and son Ellington were so great. It’s all highly choreographed in order to get Ellington out the door to school in time before Coltrane and Lisa head uptown to their offices at Team Epiphany (the marketing and branding agency they co-founded). Coltrane used to be an on-air personality for MTV as well, and it’s easy to see why. He’s genial, funny and very kind.

Check out the editorial (written by Sean Hotchkiss) and photographs on Harry’s Five O’Clock Magazine.

Thanks to Coltrane and family for letting us tag along during the morning rush!

Visiting Brent Dzekciorius & Marine Hartogs for Sight Unseen

July 10, 2014

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A few months ago, I had the pleasure to spend the afternoon with London-based design experts (and husband & wife) Brent Dzekciorius and Marine Hartogs. Marine worked for five years as a design specialist at Phillips before recently being named director of Galerie Kreo’s new London space, and Brent — known for his support of up-and-coming talents — was previously the worldwide director of Phillips de Pury’s retail operations from 2010-2013. Recently, Brent launched Dzek, a material-based design & architectural surfaces company (his first design, Marmoreal with Max Lamb, has been on my mind constantly the past few months – so good).

Brent & Marine are so incredibly nice and have a deep knowledge of and appreciation for design & art in various forms. It was a pleasure to photograph their London flat and their amazing collections for Sight Unseen. Thanks to Jill & Monica for the introduction and fun assignment.

See the full feature on Sight Unseen HERE.

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