Mike and Diego gave me two firsts -- my first show in my shed/studio over in Williamsburg AND the first time someone has put my photo on a clock. Keep scrolling to check out the whole gallery, and be sure to check out their podcast they co-host, A Little Time!
Click through for a full gallery of Blame Candy and Kitten at Baby's All Right, July 7, 2018
Earlier this summer, I had the pleasure of working with the wonderful pronoun to capture the climax of her new music video for "wrong." She describes the inspiration behind the scene in Clash Magazine:
"Sometimes being an independent artist / label in a majors world seems impossible. It's frustrating and makes me feel defeated and isolated. At my lowest I turn to my friends, colleagues, and in this case, the artists on my own record label that I started (Sleep Well Records) and they remind me that what really matters at the end of the day is having fun and trying your absolute best, together."
Check out the video and my photos down below!
Click through for a full gallery of Cold Fronts and pronoun opening up for Alex Lahey at Bowery Ballroom, 08/07/18
Public, Ohio's latest band on the rise, hit the road with Jesse McCartney on the Better With You Tour earlier this summer. While the crowds may have entered not knowing the pop-rock trio, they certainly became fans by the time their set wrapped up. The group performed tracks from their first EP "Let's Remake It" and second release "Sweet Lemonade" as well as yet-to-be released single "One That I Want" and the consistent crowd favorite, a cover of Britney Spears' "Toxic."
Post-show, John Vaughn (guitar/lead vocals), Matthew Alvarado (bass/backing vocals), and Ben Lapps (drums) stayed until every newly minted fan was able to get a photo and chat with the band.
On a personal note, it's been wonderful watching this band grow, and know that the best is yet to come with these boys!
Last summer, I had the pleasure of taking part in Refinery 29's 29Rooms experience in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. I brought along my Canon 70D and my Sigma 17-50mm f/2.8 to capture the exhibit with my pals, Megan and Jane.
Now, one year later, I'm happy to share my photos with you. It was so fun to dive back into the edits with one more year of Lightroom experience under my belt. I'll pop in a couple of before and afters too!
Our first stop was a room meant to mimic a womb -- complete with headphones with a heartbeat.
Up next was an open concept area in conjunction with Planned Parenthood.