I am a diarist of ordinary moments that move me. I gravitate towards black and white photography but still celebrate color. I love the candid capture but respect the power of the choreographed moment. I study the rules of phos+graphis but am compelled periodically to ignore them.
Inspiration: Frankly, we got lucky in Manhattan. For the first real snowstorm of this winter season, Storm Nemo delivered Manhattan just enough snow to create beautiful photos and lots of fun but not so much as to be devastating. That said, I cannot speak for the outer boroughs or Connecticut, certain parts of which received 30 whopping inches of snow!
Inspiration: The past two mornings have been unseasonably warm and misty . . . But quite beautiful. On another note, have I mentioned that I've seen John Galliano working out with a trainer in my gym three times now? The first time saw him, I thought it was a guy who looked eerily like JG. But now, this morning, after seeing him inches away from me, I know for sure. I've read he is in town working with Oscar De la Renta. I really hope the rest of the fashion cognoscenti relent and allow this genius back into the fold.
Inspiration: Three weeks after my trip to Vienna and I am still inspired by the gorgeous winter light I encountered there. This sunny woods was right in the middle of the city, which is why I refer to this as an urban oasis, albeit a wintry one.