Category Archives: Travel

Without a doubt, Veuve Clicquot’s Polo Classic remains one of my favorite shoots of the year. For three year’s running, I’ve had the privilege of working alongside the fine folks at Veuve Clicquot and LaForce, documenting the ins and outs of the event. From the decor to the sport, the VIPs to the gourmet food […]

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There’s something therapeutic about a walk around town. Stretching your legs takes on new meaning when you pair it with a mechanism for capturing moments in time. In Manhattan, where there seems to be a moment worth remembering just about everywhere you turn, it’s difficult to pine down that which is captured to just a […]

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At this point, the commentary about snow and New York is jaded. I agree with the masses, we’ve had enough. But that doesn’t mean I wouldn’t drop everything to snag a few frames of the city freshly coated in fluffy white powder. And that’s just what I did as winter storm “Thor” came rolling into […]

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It’s freezing, so what? Cold crisp air, frozen East River, limited foot traffic … sounds like a perfect recipe for a little urban safari. Every New York photographer has those epic shots of the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan skyline in the warmth and comfort of summer, but the dead-of-winter folio isn’t as widely known. Sunny […]

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With family in town this past weekend, I had the chance to play tourist. Our first stop was the September 11th Museum, which rests atop the proverbial hallowed ground that once served as the foundation of the World Trade Center’s infamous twin towers. Having visited a number of times before, I took this opportunity to […]

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