Monthly Archives: May 2010

Jump for Joy

The NYT recently reviewed a current exhibition of works by the late photographer Phillippe Halsman, on display at the Laurence Miller Gallery in NYC. The photo exhibit will only be on display through Friday, so if you want to check … Continue reading

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Fashion Shoot: Glimpses

Things have been busy busy around here. This past weekend I had an in-studio look book shoot for a jewelry designer (I’ll post more on this later) and the previous weekend I did a shoot with a friend and model, … Continue reading

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The Photo Story

Photo stories, in my opinion, can be thought of in a few different ways. One such method is what I call a “photo essay” where the photographer has followed a subject and told a story about the subject in perhaps … Continue reading

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What is Art?

Over the weekend I toured seven art galleries in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood, which, if you’ve ever spent much time walking through you know is filled with an array of galleries for your perusal. In fact, during the tour I learned … Continue reading

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Live from New York…

A while back I wrote a post about SNL photographer Mary Ellen Matthews. She creates portraits of the talent appearing on Saturday Night Live, that you see as billboards in the intro and between breaks. Now you can see her … Continue reading

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What Could You Do in 48 Hours?

There’s probably a lot one could accomplish in a 48-hour time-frame, but would you have ever guessed creating and printing a magazine? Over on PSFK I read about a very cool ┬ánew project, 48 Hour Magazine. This definitely pushes the … Continue reading

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