Shred all day
A photo of mine was published in Inc Magazine! For the full set, head over to my Facebook Page.
I lost miserably at the World Graphic Design Foosball Championship, but had a blast with my friends. Shot some photos on my X100.
Alexis and Mario’s wedding in Central Park was such a blast to shoot. Nothing beats NY in the fall, and the changing leaves set a perfect backdrop for the day. You can’t ask for better conditions to shoot in that this.
A little while ago, I shot a wedding in Long Island with Corey Melton Photo. Here’s a few shots from Jenn & Mike’s luau-themed special day.
4:33 Sunset (at Grooveshark NYC HQ)
Edwin is one of the coolest people I know. He recently moved from Nashville to NY, and has a space in Bushwick where he builds chairs using all sorts of exotic wood that he comes from all over the US. This is his studio.
A few shots taken around Brooklyn last night
A few shots from adventures in an Apple Orchard last weekend:
Here’s a polaroid outtake of a shoot done at my studio. Can’t wait to post this whole set of shots, including Ginger the Kat’s cameo!
The photos from Camp Bisco are up on the Grooveshark blog!
Photographers: Here’s a friendly reminder to always shoot in camera RAW. Check out this Before/After… you never know when a cute photo could be hiding behind a crazy underexposed shot.
Miss Lucy’s Kitchen - Saugerties, NY
Today’s Benedict is a guest post from Jesse Lash. Check out this beautiful Crab Cakes Benedict. Doesn’t get much better than this. Lumps of Crab meat beneath a poached egg that somehow fits the exact diameter of the English Muffin, and topped with just the right amount of Hollandaise. Don’t want to drown that crab flavor in a sea of butter and lemon.
Taste - 4.5 of 5
Presentation - 2 of 5
Originality - 4 of 5