This past summer, I was commissioned by WorldSpa to shoot their new facility that is opening December of 2022 in Brooklyn. First a little about WorldSpa. WorldSpa is a 55,000 square foot spa opening in Brooklyn. The concept is that different sections of the spa, represent different sections of the world. The spa (or bathhouse)…
This winter I was lucky enough to head to Roslyn, New York and shoot for Eleni Lambros Interiors. Eleni is an old client who I’ve photographed for several times in the past so it was a pleasure to shoot again. These images were to serve a specific purpose as they were being submitted to an…
At a recent networking event out on Long Island, I met a fantastic interior designer names Melinda Kann. She told me about a project she was finishing up out in Babylon, Long Island that she was interested in getting some interior photography for. This space was a retail/commercial space called Spirit + Soul Studios which…
In 2021, through some networking and client referrals, I was lucky enough to start shooting for Pandora. Pandora is one of the largest global jewelry chains. I started shooting for them last summer and have photographed a few of their locations throughout New York City.
In early March, 2021, I was commissioned for a shoot at the Accuweather facility at 7 World Trade Center. They were on the 35th floor overlooking the WTC Memorial and The Oculus, designed by Santiago Calatrava.
In the first episode of Architecture & Design :: New York, I sit down with Beth from Beth Donner Design. Beth spealizes in hospitality design and her resume include restaurants, hotels, catering halls and fire stations.
I often get asked about my shooting process, on-site and explain that I shoot tethered. For new clients, the initial question is usually: “What does that mean”? I am writing this article in the hopes of explaining what it means to shoot tethered, and why I adapted it into my shooting practice.
A few months ago, I got asked to photograph a new house that was about to hit the sales market. I didn’t know much about this house beforehand, but upon arrival, I realized this was something special.
A few months ago, about 6 or so weeks into the pandemic, and after not shooting for several weeks, I got the itch and needed to photograph something. Since the remodel of the Nassau Coliseum redesign a few years back, every time I passed it
A few months ago, a colleague of mine out of MN, Jordan Powers, was coming to visit NY for work for a few days. Through connections, we was able to get access to a beautiful new penthouse that was on the market in Hudson Yards, overlooking the Hudson River. He invited me to come along for the shoot.