Technology is making our world smaller and allowing artistic expression to become much more accessible. This blog is a clear example of that, but social media has put the movement in overdrive. Photography, a 150 year old piece of technology, used to be a laborious task. Yet, now it can be shared with the world in seconds, thanks to social media apps like Instagram. This past weekend I had the wonderful chance to take over The YesWilliamsburg Instagram feed and show off my photography (and fashion) skills.Read More
A couple years ago, I had the wonderful chance to work with Kristen Catalanotto at NBC in Philadelphia. She’s one of the amazing videographers working for the station. She also happens to be a kick-ass photographer. When I decided I wanted some professional photos (I wasn’t taking), she was one of the first I people I thought of. I told her what I wanted and she was game. It also happened to be her first shoot ever in New York City.
Photos by Bayou Road
Grooming by Troy Johnson for Adrian Fanus Grooming
Wardrobe by Studio Suits
Men's Accessories by Arnold Steiner
There's no way I could've had this shoot at any other park. It had to be Prospect Park. I’m sure I’m not alone when It comes to my affections for Prospect Park. There’s this other New York City park (I think it’s called Central Park) and it tends to grab all the headlines, but Prospect Park is the true star. Central Park was Olstead and Vaux’s practice run. Their masterpiece is prospect park. I pitched the picnic on the Long Meadow near Grand Army Plaza and Kristen worked her magic.