8 Million Stories

One of my favorite things about New York has always been the diversity. Not just in individual people, but in all aspects of the city which are constantly evolving to support the ebb and flow of different cultures, lifestyles, and perspectives. Each block pulses with its own personality and character, and moving from street to … More 8 Million Stories

Movie Stills

A few months ago I came across an article by Jonas Rask, a photographer I recently began following on Instagram. In it, he outlines a few techniques for emulating movie stills from photographs and I’ve been excited to give it a try ever since. The primary tool Jonas mentions is Photoshop, but I’ve only been shooting with my cameras for a … More Movie Stills

Bonnaroo: Part Two

By Saturday morning the festival lifestyle was definitely beginning to catch up with us. Luckily there weren’t any bands scheduled who we were particularly excited about seeing until later in the afternoon, so we set out for some food and people watching in what little shade we could find. The communal atmosphere was palpable everywhere we went and it … More Bonnaroo: Part Two

Bonnaroo: Part One

With peak wedding season rapidly approaching, I feel like most of my friends are in the midst of blocking out travel dates, attending summer ceremonies, or preparing for their own impending nuptials this Fall. The latter is indeed the case for one of my closest friends, Andre, who resolved to attend the annual Bonnaroo musical festival in Tennessee for … More Bonnaroo: Part One