In addition to the new site, all of my work is being looked at and organized into a reel. One part of that reel will feature my photographs. A little tease never hurt anyone, so I am posting the photography portion now. Here’s to a great new year!
Here a few of my favorite shots from I have photographed.
His pride and joy in the office, besides his awesome team behind Death Sauce, is a glass sliding door that was etched by hand. Really impressive piece of work to say the least. All of the different layers and textures absolutely blows your mind when you see it up close. It’s a THICK door, too. This isn’t dinky etching you see on the front door of a lawyer鸿博彩票网址’s office.
We also visited the famous Billy Goat Tavern and enjoyed delicious CHEEZBORGERS.
One last photo before class is dismissed. CRAZY ASS RONALD MCDONALD! This maniacal bronze statue was placed in the middle of the sidewalk to terrorize passerby.
Lindsay and I visited Times Square on our annual trip to commemorate our engagement. When we entered the Toys R Us, the Ya’All Ball display was front and center. I always freak out when I see a project I worked on “in the wild”. Below are three packages that used my photography.
Models: Andrea Hoch & Vincent Meli
Makeup: Karen Buttacavole
Hair: Jessica Cleaver
…final scan of a medium format black & white negative.
At night we burned as many candles as we could find. Leftover beer and snacks from our annual Halloween party helped the night along.
At one point we stopped at the local supermarket and they had absolutely no meat or dairy. Bizarre to witness. They either sold out prior to the storm or threw it all away because they couldn’t be kept cold without power.
Cabin fever was setting in so it was time to take a little drive. I fueled up prior to the hurricane, so we didn’t drive around in a panic.
Lindsay and I made a variety of ridiculously unhealthy meals for the past few days. I think the healthiest meal was peanut butter & jelly sandwiches on whole grain bread. Filling. Not too salty. When we finally left the house on Halloween, we traveled to Clark, NJ and had lunch at . This place is fantastic on a normal day and THE BEST MEAL EVER CONSUMED after being stuck inside for three days.
The photo of the PSE&G guy sitting at the lunch counter really sums up how exhausted and hungry everyone must feel trying to fix this mess. Good luck to everyone out there and remember to stay safe! There’s still a lot of power lines on the brink of coming down from excessive damage to the poles.