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I happened to photograph Lauryn five years ago on her 45th birthday – one of the images from that session has always been a favorite of mine. A couple of days ago I had the joy of photographing Lauryn again, […]
Am starting to get friendly with all of the light in the new studio and it’s beginning to feel like home. Andrew came in for a couple of hours yesterday and we moved the light around overpowering all the daylight […]
After only shooting lovely girls and women the first weeks in the studio, I enjoyed a little testosterone in the light. I have photographed Paul a few times in the past few years and this time I realized it was […]
Both of these images, though wildly different in feel and emotion, express Helen perfectly, though she does tend to lean slightly more toward the first image. That’s the beauty of photography – recording the truth of an instant.
Sometimes it can be difficult for a tween to relax in front of the camera. The span of ten-to-twelve years old can be an almost androgynously awkward time for girls. It’s the time that bridges cute into beautiful. And it’s […]
I’ve been chomping at the bit to actually work in the new space instead of just painting, hanging and arranging. Yesterday Tikko, my assisting intern, and I found an hour in the new studio to try some test approaches with […]
Trey. Brielle. Jackson. Fabulous.
Just yesterday I asked Siri to remind me to do something in six months and in her best Dr. Lilith Sternin-Crane voice she replied “Ok. Here’s your reminder for January 8, 2014. Shall I remind you?” 2014? Really? Wow. But the […]
It’s been raining steadily for days. Not wanting to cancel another shoot because of weather, I shot with Colvin and Ryder Hathaway in the rain and we made the best of it. And then I made the best of it […]
This is a fake it till you feel it story…feel the warmth of sunshine that is. It’s rained the better part of June here in Vermont but I was just not going to endure another photo session with flat lifeless […]
Among my favorite parts of our stay in China was the hike from Pingan Zhuang village to Dazhai Yao village via Tiantou Village. Walking along the terraces was captivating and the majestic views were breathtaking. This panorama measures 54 inches long. […]
Had a VERY interesting day. Headed out of Xian’s walled city early to visit the famed Terracotta Warriors – which was, as expected, fascinating. What we didn’t expect was returning to the city to find all the Japanese cars on […]
Chinese water buffalo have to spend around 6 hours a day in the water to stay healthy. At the end of each day farmers bring their animals home from the river and back to the village. We captured this simple […]