Cold and Stark

February 14, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
After yet another snow storm here in the NYC area last week, I decided to grab my weatherproof Pentax DSLR and head down to the beach. Although I'm beginning to despise the cold and snow, I knew that a walk along Connecticut's scenic coastline might restore my faith in Mother Nature's ability to deliver beauty along with torment. And I wasn't disa...
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5 Tips to Introduce Photography to Your Kids

November 27, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
Are you shopping for a camera for your child this holiday season? Do you want to introduce your daughter to the wonders of photography, without sacrificing your fragile iPhone or pricey camera in the process? I've been there - watching lovingly while my kids get so much enjoyment taking "selfies", creating videos of Barbie dolls and train sets, and...
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More of the Little Ballerinas

July 23, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
A while back, I told you about the amazing time I had photographing students from the First Position Dance ballet school in Bronxville, NY. This is a relatively new school, run a good friend and incredible teacher, Ana Dimas. We did our shoot at the Bronxville Women's Club, whose gorgeous ballroom provided an elegant backdrop for the session. Last...
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Upcoming Events

June 12, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
It's finally summer (and man, it felt like it last week in NYC) which means a lot of upcoming arts events, sidewalk sales, and other shows where I'd love to meet you. Of course, I'll continue to be down at South Street Seaport for Fulton Stall Market, which is a great little artisan market with gourmet foods, skincare, jewelry, and other products....
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Family Immortal

May 30, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
On a recent trip home, my mother pulled out a stack of family photographs she had recently received in the mail from her sister in California. Although there were only a handful of worn, faded, and creased images, the pictures had an immediate, visceral effect on me - there was my grandmother, who I had never really known - standing in Central Park...
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