As you’ve probably figured out by now, I love looking at art, and I love taking pictures of other people looking at art.
Tag Archives: photography
This morning I am drinking bad coffee I bought in a rush the night before Hurricane Sandy showed up. Note to self: Never buy coffee that you know nothing about. It never works out. NEVER. New York trudges along. New … Continue reading
My senior year of college I took two photography classes, the intro class and the intermediate class. In the intermediate class, which was taught by Gregory Crewdson–I know, lucky me!–we learned about working in color, and Tina Barney was one … Continue reading
So, you’re a photographer. How did that happen? I really didn’t plan to become a photographer. I fell in love with it while working as a stylist at a photography studio in Baltimore. The photographer, Jeff Butler, insisted that every … Continue reading
I first encountered the photographer Rineke Dijkstra in the class I took at the ICP over the summer. I was immediately drawn to her intense, vivid images of adolescents on beaches. So of course I had to go see her … Continue reading
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