Happy New Year! Here's a quick still-life I shot for A. Cheng this weekend. Fun colors for grey days.
Check it out! Cute clothes and accessories I photographed for A. Cheng's e-comm - new arrivals from Ace & Jig, Orly Genger by Jaclyn Mayer and Clare Vivier clutches. I've been an environmental portrait photographer for years, but this foray into still-life is exciting!
Whoa, it's been a while since I last posted! I've been busy in the last month including shooting the cover story for a Singaporean magazine and freelance photo editing. Here's another photo shoot I did for A. Cheng's social media.
Ok, I'll admit - I actually like doing environmental still-life. Yup. To explore a bit more, I've started shooting for A. Cheng's social media. Here's the latest featuring a cute button-up to wear now and into fall. Pssst...shot with iPhone 5.
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
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.
We're starting off the new year right with a great portrait!
I first met RYU RYU at a fashion showcase and loved the clothing line's simplicity and elegance. Rebekah Ryu designs while her husband handles the business end. Production is based in the NYC's Garment District.
RYU RYU is also focused on giving; they donate a portion of their profits to helping provide basic necessities to North Korean children in rural areas.