This past weekend I went to Athens New York, two hours north of New York City to a magical place we called Camp Jimmy. Myself along with 15 others went glamping (glamourous camping) to celebrate the born day of a one James Shumacher. This weekend brought gold bottles of champagne, astrology readings, bomb ass food, [...]
My recent travels took me to Stockholm, Sweden. I got to go with three very great friends of mine and it was a trip of lifetime. From the people we randomly met who became our friends and insight into the very cool parts of the city, to our dinners, hotels, and meaningful conversations it is [...]
Recently went to the launch for the my friend Alex Sobiecki’s website Pretty Damned Fast. I was in the company of Amazing friends and in these fun pictures is a group of not only amazing human beings but they are astounding talents. Here I am in the land of Fashion Designers, Art Directors, Graphic Designers, [...]
Different Worlds. New York City. Connecting through Prayer. No matter how different you are there is always a way to connect, for these two it was through prayer. 40.7506° N, 73.9939° W
My great friend Maria Bradley has gone to the land down under! Her modeling work has taken her to Australia for the month of May and she recently shot for fashion publication Oyster Magazine. Wearing a brand I really like and respect, New York based Hood By Air, the shoot was styled by Mark Vassallo, shot [...]
Vivian Maier is the photographer you’ve never heard about, until now. Maier was a nanny in Chicago who took photographs as a hobby, she never revealed what she did and never showed her photos, but after one man bought a mysterious bin in a vintage auction she became one of America’s most admired street photographers after her [...]
Fashion Photographer Richard Burbridge did a series of portraits featuring Ukrainian model Yuri Pleskun. This editorial from British magazine VMAN, featured the latest spring/summer 2014 in season trends but with added eccentricity on the model’s face. This included sand, snails, and snakes. Richard Burbridge killed it with this one!
The Polar Vortex let up for a day, so I went to Brooklyn and played outside. This included parks in Williamsburg, rooftops in Greenpoint, old friends, new friends, and mimosas.