Spent a weekend shooting with Lowell in studio and then some environmental portraits around SoHo in NYC.
I’ve been traveling most of the month of June – DC, Philadelphia, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, St Louis, Kansas City (to name a few), so have not had much time to spend posting to the blog. I’m back in the swing of things now and starting off with another iPhone Friday pic.
The Chrysler Building in New York City.
There are two upcoming NYC gallery openings in April worth mentioning and if you are in the city I would highly recommend taking some time to see them. The first is photographs by Bill Brandt showing at the Edwynn Houk Gallery and the second is an exhibit of Bert Stern’s images at the Staley-Wise Gallery. Click on the images below to read about each exhibit.
This year marks the centennial of The Armory Show. The show brings artwork from around the world and puts it all under one roof for all to see. Since 1913 it has been very instrumental in the way Americans look and interact with all forms of art. As in the past, this year’s show brings together a large number of influential photo galleries from around the world and those located here in NYC. For a list of some of the photo galleries involved (with photographs) visit Le Journal de la Photographie. For The Armory Show web site click on the image above. It’s definitely worth a visit.
Had a bit of fun a week ago shooting with Beth Caldwell (a photo editor with Animal Planet) on the streets of New York City. We took a break from our location in Central Park and walked to an adjacent street. The wet pavement, the crowds, overcast sky – the entire scene was screaming CSI. So we set up a mock advertisement showing Beth with her husband Fletcher. We didn’t need the long dark overcoats or guns. The attitude says it all.