Ooooo, here's a peek at a photo shoot I did for Mass Appeal. Images coming on my site soon!
Yes! New work on global marketing consultancy Equancy's site.
And these two for the homepage:
Wahoo - more new work out! Visvanathan “Rudra” Rudrakumaran is the Prime minister of the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE), the government-in-exile fighting for an independent state on Sri Lanka.
After the Sri Lankan government defeated the Tamil Tigers (Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam - LTTE) in 2009 ending the civil war, the TGTE evolved from the LTTE civilian wing. Yep, that's the same Tamil Tigers that M.I.A.'s father was a part of. And the same group that's on the US terrorist list.
Sideshow performers: A contortionist, sword swallower, fire breather and the Outside Talker, the ultimate barker.
The Reverend Jen: Artist and proprietiess of the Lower East Side's Troll Museum. And she has elf ears.
Blackwolf the Dragonmaster: Probably the weirdest of the bunch. He's the unofficial wizard of NYC. We're talking Gandalf-style with walking stick. And he's got an amazing video with Triumph the Insult Comic Dog.
All unique and cool folks.
I'm still awaiting pdfs of the article, but in the meantime you can check out the online version here. More images used in the print magazine too! As soon as the embargo's over, I'd love to post some outtakes.
On the stands now! My portrait of Robert Valin, founder of Urban Bear in Time Out NY. Page 4.
Read the article here (and with a different photo!) - Public Eye: A field guide to bears with Robert Valin | Time Out NY
If there's anything that sums up my consumer life, it's this…
(with the exception of baked goods - buying less that is)
In January I met up with Kai Fan, former Creative Director at Nautica, at his new Williamsburg shop Kai D Utility. Walking in you think -- Heritage. Utilitarian. Slow fashion. Durable. Explorer. Modern artisan. Craftsmanship. Stylish manly man.
Fabrics are sourced from generations old mills and all production is in New York City's Garment District, handmade using non-automated machinery. Leftover materials are used to create his ties and notebooks to waste less. It's the antithesis to disposable H&M.
I love his shop and you will too! Check out more photos in the new BKNY MADE II section. I'll also be posting a few more images next week but on the blog only.
It's not just succulents, airplants and moss. Michelle and Katy also create mini worlds within the terrariums.
Head over the article to read about them and check out more photos - Decor Spotlight // Twig Terrariums | bkstyled