Scenes from the Chestnut Hill Reservoir.
The Milwaukee Film Festival had me back for a screening of my documentary Legacy Lives On and a panel on the topic of entrepreneurship. Both were successes. Seeing a new place robed in Fall’s majesty, however, was just as exciting.
Seen around town these past couple weeks.
A recent film project took me all over the city — and the boroughs. These shots were caught in between. All happen to have been captured in Manhattan. The last two happen to have been captured a half-block apart.
This summer has been all about the outdoors: biking, skateboarding, the beach, wiffle and basketball. Free running and soccer are two I haven’t tried yet, hopefully there’s enough time left.
There are so many stories that go along with these shots, but the main one is being there. Being present. Eyes open. It was a great trip.
Last week’s trip to the Northwest yielded a trove of photos. Here’s the first set.
Observed on the streets this evening.
On Saturday morning young Morales and I hit the streets to see what the city had to offer. There were food products and carved statues.
Big, heavy city, that Chicago. My movie played on opening night of a film festival there. After that it was all long walks and picture taking, with a cubs game and Harold’s fried chicken thrown in for good measure.
Chinatown remains one of my favorite places to shoot photographs in the city. Maybe it’s because it feels dense and gritty the way New York is supposed to feel. Or maybe it’s because of how intensely foreign it feels at times. On Saturday, because of Manhattanhenge, the streets were particularly fetching.
Four pictures from Cork, Ireland.
A few days ago I partnered up with my friend in lenses Ari Joseph and headed out to Richmond Hill, the neighborhood with the highest Sikh population in New York. The adventures unfolded from there. More pics and video we shot now appear on the blog Untapped New York, but these are from my personal […]