Monthly Archives: January 2010

The fun thing about working with a chef and food stylist is that they have big blocks of Parmigiano Reggiano laying around their kitchen. Now, the important question, do I take a bite when she’s not looking?….

Out takes from our cheese plate photo shoot.

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Ten Polaroids~ Upper West Side

Manhattan’s Upper West Side is synonymous with timelessness.  Photographing something timeless allows the photographer to choose how to capture these moments and share them, either referencing a time passed or the present.  While nothing can last forever, the look of it may be able to transcend time and place, and come to rest in a space more suited for our memories than reality.  I headed out one winter’s weekend in New York for a walk around my neighborhood to capture the places and sights that stand to represent an area of New York, and for me, a certain time in my life.  I shot these nine images with my Polaroid 440 Land Camera and black and white instant film.

This series was also featured on My Upper West

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A Cocktail Party in Park Slope

This weekend the Arments’ (Tiffany & Marco) hosted a Pot-Luck Pictionary Cocktail Party in their beautiful brownstone apartment in Park Slope, Brooklyn and allowed us to gather to celebrate Tiffany’s birthday. It was an impressively stocked bar complete with drink recipe cards and my favorite: a Pomegranate-Champagne Punch (which matched my little pink dress so I was happy) and served above in a depression glass punch bowl set. It was one of the most charming parties from the wonderful people to the great food and fun time was had by all… really, any excuse I have to dress up and carry a vintage clutch is gonna be a good time. Happy Birthday Tiffany!

See more images from the night on my flickr, The Arments’ Party

Q & A: What are the little white puffs with raspberries on top? Mini Pavlovas homemade by Tiffany and delicious! The recipe is posted on her blog, On the Cutting Edge of Yesterday.

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Upper West Side, Polaroid Project

The Dakota, 72nd & Central Park West (John Lennon’s last residence)

Today on My Upper West they published 9 Polaroids I shot of the Upper West Side with my vintage Polaroid Land Camera, please click through to read about and see the rest in the series.

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