To my friends in NYC: I will be returning to your glorious city October 12, 13 and 14 to make portraits of children, families and individuals alike. If you or someone you know might be in to that sort of thing, email or call for details! Or pass the info along to a friend, even.
Hope to talk to you soon…
It’s hard to beat this as a backdrop for a portrait session.
A reward of $10 to anyone who can help me identify this couple from the Roosevelt Ave. subway stop in Queens on June 3rd around 4:30pm. I would like to provide them with either a copy of this photo or my name so they can complete the forms on a restraining order.
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.
Photo session in Jackson Heights, Queens, with the handsome Pauls family.
Whenever possible, my preferred way to photograph a family is in their natural habitat. Here’s another shoot from the natural habitat (aka home) of a fine family from Jackson Heights, Queens.
Meet the Patinos of Manhattan.
Had an enjoyable afternoon photographing the Daggetts in their Brooklyn apartment. Allow me to publicly thank them for lunch.
Here’s another session from my time in the city.
Amanda and I paid a visit to her old hometown a couple of weeks ago and I had the pleasure of photographing some of its fine citizens during our stay. Meet the Knapp family… fine people indeed.