I photographed Margaux this past summer while I was in Paris. She was working at Claudie Pierlot, where I had just purchased a pair of black ankle boots that I now wear pretty much every day. She said that she … Continue reading
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So my first streetstyle photograph in Paris was of an American. Of course. Lana is from Portland. I just couldn’t resist her rocker chic, and then she turned out to be so cool…I hope you enjoy getting to know her … Continue reading
At some point in the last couple of months, I learned that the famous Robert Doisineau photograph, “The Kiss,” was not, as it appears, an incredible moment of luck for a street photographer. In France, an individual owns the rights … Continue reading
This was taken on the rue de Renard, on my way to the Centre Georges Pompidou to see the Gerhard Richter show with my father. In Paris I felt like being a stealth shooter with my iPhone rather than doing … Continue reading
This is the first and only photograph I took last Monday night, when I arrived in Paris for a week (I left yesterday). The best thing about it, aside from the obvious? The fact that it’s correctly punctuated.
While I was in Paris over the summer, my mother, father and I had dinner at Le Voltaire, on the quai Voltaire (big shock). Peter Marino, the architect, sat in a booth behind us. My mother was the one who … Continue reading