Went upstate for the weekend. Met some sheep, climbed a mountain, slept in a tent. All in all a good time.
Continuing my recent portrait series. Allison in Black and White.
Working on new portraits. Here's "Laura and the Roses"
Had a beautiful white peony lying around from another project. I decided to do some light tests using it as my subject. More than a little pleased with how it all turned out.
Very very excited to see one of my photos on the Domino Mag instagram! I've been reading Domino since it came out so having my work recognized by them means the world to me!
Got my first taste of summer over the weekend...and believe me, I am I ready for it!!
There's something about spring rains and raindrops on flower petals that always makes me feel all the feelings.
"The quickest way into the universe is through the wilderness. Happy Earth Day"
Cant make it through spring without taking a picture or two of cherry blossoms. This year I tried a lighting trick. Pretty in love with how it turned out.
From a recent shoot at Lokal Hotel, a new invisible service hotel in Philadelphia.
Hair and Makeup by Kristyn Rudnet, Modeled by Alexa Clay. Creative direction and photography by Me
Lobo Mau is a clothing company based in South Philadelphia. They recently moved into a new studio that features an atelier, as well as all of their production, including a massive table for printing their own fabrics. The studio is part of BOK, the revitalized high school that has been turned into a series of creative studios and workspaces.
It was such a pleasure being able to photograph such an amazing studio. There's nothing I love more than handmade production, great fashion, and a beautiful space!
Couldn't be more excited to have my photos featured on Rue Magazine! Check out the full story of Widell & Boschetti's designs and peep the rest of the photos here!
Very excited to have my film photo taken in Cuba featured by Need Supply on their instagram this week! Always love a #momentwithsunday
Another great project for Widell & Boschetti! Seriously... every project gets better and better!
Throughout Cuba, there were so many small moments that really made the spirit of the Country come to life. I adored every single minute, and can't wait to go back. It's such a gift to be able to photograph such an amazing place.
A continuation of my trip to Cuba caught on film in the Vinales Valley in Cuba.
I recently visited Cuba for the first time. I decided that in order to travel light and push my photography further, that I would try to exclusively shoot film on my trip. I left my digital camera at home, and left with just 5 rolls of film and one 50mm lens. The images that resulted are some of my favorites. I can't wait to get back and challenge myself with film again in the near future.