Last summer, fellow photographer-friend Melissa of MLKL Photography and I had our second annual photoshoot. Essentially, that means we try to look cute and take turns shooting each other around our neighborhood of Williamsburg. It’s actually a lot of fun!
Here’s one of my favorite of Melissa. More to come soon!
While traveling in Spain, I met a Spanish girl named Marina. She is beautiful and full of life and possibly the most photogenic person I’ve ever met. She’ll be coming to the US this fall to study, so I’m sure this won’t be the last you’ll see of her on this blog :)
It’s not too often that you can say you spent Valentine’s Day photographing a wedding in the Empire State Building :)
Samantha and Brett had a super special wedding, followed by a super fun shoot at Grand Central Terminal. I am super stoked to share the rest of the images from their wedding day – coming soon, I promise!
So it’s Thanksgiving (well, technically it’s Black Friday), and therefore I feel it’s only appropriate to do a Thanksgiving-related post :)
I’m thankful that I have sisters who will willingly pose for pictures, and even take the time to prepare for it (lots of eye makeup and hair straightening went into these looks – they’re nuts!):
I’m thankful for my kitty, who’s holding down the fort in Brooklyn while I’m back in CT for a few days visiting the family:
I’m thankful for my best friend, Lauren, who will also model for me at the drop of a hat:
It’s obviously no surprise that I post pictures of these 4 more than anyone or anything else on this blog :) You’re lucky they’re all so pretty!
Aside from my favorites, I’m also thankful for:
And on a slightly more frivolous level, I’m thankful for:
Happy Thanksgiving! :D
You might not believe it, but this is my sister, and this picture was taken in Boston. I don’t think either fact is obvious upon first glance, but ’tis the truth! We went a-wandering in Jamaica Plain (a suburb of Boston) in search of foliage and ended up in the Arnold Arboretum, which is owned by Hahhhvahd (that’s Harvard in Boston-speak :P).
Usually when I visit, I bring warm, sunny weather to Boston. This time, not so much – it was about 40 degrees there in early November. So cold that Shannon had to stop and buy a pair of gloves while we were out. She totally pulled off a pair of $1.99 hot pink gloves from Goodwill during a photoshoot!