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  1. Guggenheim Giacometti Exhibition Recap

    Date 12 Sep 2018
    With the Giacometti exhibition coming to a close at the Guggenheim Museum, I’d like to share my favorite pieces that inspired me the most.A preeminent artist of the 20th century, Alberto Giacometti (1901–1966) investigated the human figure for more than 40 years. This comprehensive exhibition, a collaboration with the Fondation…

  2. Clean + Dirty Drinking with Gaby Mlynarczyk at Williams Sonoma Columbus Circle

    Date 01 Sep 2018
    With book launches happening frequently around New York, you’d be hard pressed to find something you don’t like. Earlier this week, Gaby Mlynarczyk, bartender and blogger based in Santa Monica, California, hosted a mixology class at Williams Sonoma Columbus Circle. Let’s be honest, the only times when you hear the words…

  3. The Wild Trees with Claudia and Monica

    Date 29 Aug 2018
    Photographing Claudia and Monica was my highlight of the day. Friends since childhood, there’s this amazing energy and love, not to mention silliness, when they’re together. It makes bringing a camera with me everywhere I go worthwhile. #girlboss Clau chilling in the park. I used a 25mm wide angle lens…

  4. Outfit of the Day with Ariel Nichole

    Date 28 Aug 2018
    I had the pleasure of photographing Ariel Nichole, a fashion and lifestyle blogger from New Jersey, in New York City last weekend. Using natural light, we experimented with different poses and expressions to evoke a light and airy vibe. Combining the look with nude makeup, the results turned out fantastic. …

  5. Indie Beauty Expo NY 2018 Recap

    Date 24 Aug 2018
    I had the wonderful opportunity to attend Indie Beauty Expo 2018 in New York in late August. Not something you typically hear from a guy who’s used a few beauty products here and there, but to meet the entrepreneurs behind the indie brands, sample their products, and listen to their…

  6. Homemade Dumplings at The Brooklyn Kitchen

    Date 16 Aug 2018
    Skip the frozen section, making dumplings at home is as exciting as it is delicious. Specializing in interactive and educational experiences that redefine home cooking for everyone, The Brooklyn Kitchen is a radical cooking school with locations in Williamsburg and Sunset Park. I visited their branch in Industry City to level up…

  7. Love and Compassion with Taisan and Mio

    Date 10 Aug 2018
    When you watch a performance that is so raw and expressive, it changes the way you see the world for a moment. Tenri Cultural Institute, a Japanese language school located in New York, held their 73rd year Commemoration of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki Atomic Bombings on 8/9/18. Taisan, a Japanese…

  8. Creature Comfort with Cassandra Orefice

    Date 09 Aug 2018
    I’ve always been curious about people. Ever since I bought my first camera seven years ago, I shot exclusively street and travel photography. However, I would always try to include a human element into my composition. I felt that if there wasn’t a person in the image, it made it…

  9. Poetry in Motion with Gabrielle and Jenna

    Date 07 Aug 2018
    Capturing the graceful movement of Gabrielle Alana and Jenna Marie along the pier was an fantastic experience. Gabriella and Jenna, shown above, are professional dancers from Ballet Hispánico, a premier Latino dance organization in the US, that brings individuals and communities together to celebrate and explore Latino cultures through dance.…

  10. Dancing In The Streets with Ballerina Silken Kelly

    Date 03 Aug 2018
    On a hot summer day in New York, I had the opportunity to photograph ballerina Silken Kelly with Fuji X Photographer Omar Z Robles. There’s so much expression and beauty in ballet, capturing it in person was so much fun. After our photoshoot, I was captivated. Before even taking a…

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