Have I mentioned that I have three children, ages 5 and under? It’s a bit harder these days finding time to add newest work to the site, but here’s a recent wedding – Lydia and Andrew on the bride’s family farm, beneath a very old and beautiful pecan tree. It was a lovely day and a lovely event with plenty of lovely people.
For fun, here are a few iPhone selections from the trip. The exciting news is that I started two long-term projects: 1. photos of NYC garbage cans and 2. photos of tourists taking photos of tourists. Stay tuned over the course of the next 10 years for a more thorough collection.
While in the city, I had dinner with an old friend who will be moving away from NYC soon and she lamented not having much photographic documentation of her and her daughter out and about, so I did a little mini-session via iPhone, which lasted however long it took to walk from the restaurant to their subway stop. I’m not saying it was necessarily spectacular work, but it was a fun assignment.
A couple family sessions and then a senior shoot in Central Park.
I was lucky enough to get a call from my friends and harmony-heroes The Secret Sisters who were in need of album artwork and press materials for their excellent, Brandi Carlisle-produced album (listen to album here). In an attempt to get something a little more personal, we went on-location at the sisters’ grandparents farm (now home to Laura) and in a couple of hours that afternoon, I think we got some work to be proud of. No budget for hair, makeup or design – just the three of us. Below are a few personal favorites.