Tag Archives: New York
One night, well actually a few nights, I put on eyeliner and was definitely going to go out until it became time to go out, when i realized that no, no, I was definitely going to stay in, because the city is so far away. But friends pulled my out of my house, although I was mumbling about things-I-have-to-do-in-the-morning and griping at the train and hating the whole idea until I was past the line and inside the club where suddenly I was dancing and taking pictures and having a good time just like I should.
I shot these for the Wall Street Journal.
This weekend, I photographed reenactors in Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery. They set up camp, marched and answered my questions about their petticoats to commemorate the 150th anniversary (or sesquicentennial, if you prefer lots of syllables, which I do) of the Civil War. There are 4,500 Civil War veterans buried in the cemetery.
Paying for dinner, bowling, eating curly fries, showing off, texting, eating again, kissing birds, and looking at a Robert Frank picture before bed: these are some of the things we did.
Here are a few pictures I took of my dear buddies, XXXChange, Chris Devlin, and DJ Ghostdad. They called me up and I went down the hill to quickly take these pictures of them in their digital creation: Win Win!
I went to the Bayside Anglers Waterfront Day 17th Annual Little Neck Bay Shoreline Clean-up yesterday, where I picked up a million plastic bottle caps and photographed some fishermen and girl scouts.
I took most of the photos in the magazine, which gave me an opportunity to take photographs and talk to teenagers, two things I love to do.
Here are some photos I took of the Brooklyn Winery for the Wall Street Journal. Customers get to learn about wine, crush grapes, and check up on their wine throughout the year – and then they get to take it home and drink it!