Today's shoot is with Blackwolf the Dragonmaster and the last of a multi-subject feature article I'm photographing. We were in Times Square. As I was setting up, a policeman stopped by and asked if I was shooting Gandalf. Replying yes, he said "Well, he's over there" pointing across the street. The policeman had already kicked him out of the TKTS area twice before he believed Blackwolf!
Yep you read that correctly! New York City's Lower East Side is home to a troll museum. Today I photographed Reverend Jen who runs the museum. Here's a sneak peek. Can't wait for this shoot to publish!
Who doesn't love a good party? Photo editors Laurie Green, Daniella Nilva-Cunnighman and I sure do! We're at the Rube Goldberg book launch party held at Paul Stuart. The photographer officially took our picture but alas, it didn't make the cut. So here's the selfie!
Boom! Here's a shoe I photographed last week at Foot Locker HQ - Nike Kobe 9 EM University Gold - for Foot Action's social media. Sneaker heads, this shoe launched online this past Saturday. Yay or nay??
Alright alright! Some of my work for Foot Locker HQ is out. Here's the Nike Air Raid in black/flint grey and white for Foot Action - a cult classic from back in the day. This version is arriving in stores tomorrow so if you see lines, that's probably why. Happy weekend!
More pics on Foot Action's blog - Nike Air Raid Black/Flint Grey/White
I shot a quick still-life of hand-dyed silk shirts for A Cheng. If you haven't been there, go now. It's a cute and well-curated boutique in Brooklyn's Park Slope. In addition to two house lines (A Cheng and Confetti), they carry lines such as Sessun, Demy Lee, Clare Vivier, Dieppa Restrepo and Monserat De Luca.
Check out more images here - This Week's Feature: Hand-dyed Silk Tops
Back at Foot Locker! Sorry, can't show any product though.
Today and tomorrow - I'm here!
Three openings last night, two at Pace Gallery including a preview of Chuck Close's "Nudes". I've met a few celebrities in my day, but I'm totally freaking out with Marina Abramović and duh, Chuck Close there.