Outstanding aerialist Seanna Sharpe and her acrobatic partner, boa Arishka, seemingly effortless defies gravity. She and other amazing acrobats are performing “Winter Blues” in New York on February 7-9, 11, & 14-17, 2014.

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DJ Stonebridge in New York

January 31st, 2014

These photos are from my last shoot with Swedish DJ Stonebridge (http://www.realstonebridge.com/) in my studio and in the industrial area of Bushwick (Brooklyn), New York.

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After some warm-up pictures in the studio we ventured outside into the industrial area of Bushwick, where we found the train tracks and a long corrugated metal wall (a favorite texture!). Thanks to The Living Gallery http://www.the-living-gallery.com.
After 3 hours of we walked back to the studio with many more great photos.
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Machel Montano on the cover of the upcoming premier issue of G-Caribbean magazine. I was in Trinidad for 1 day only! Just enough to really wanting to come back.

G-Caribbean Premiere Issue Cover with Machael Montano


Where are my Gucci loafers??

Where are my Gucci loafers??


Machel Montano is hot!A lot of sweat dabbing was going on during the shoot. Not sure if the rum helped….


Last weekend the 8th BOS (Bushwick Open Studios) took place in my neighborhood. I saw a lot of great art and connected with really amazing people. Here are some of many favorites.

Double Self Portrait by Alex Chowaniec

Double Self Portrait by Alex Chowaniec

Also french photographer Delphine Diaw Diallo showed compelling work and had a beautiful book on display “The Gift”, a collection of womens portraits from several different bodies of work.

Big Hair by Delphine Diaw Diallo

Big Hair by Delphine Diaw Diallo


Manhattan Solstice!

May 31st, 2013

In case you missed this years 1st of 2 Manhattan Solstices also called Manhattanhenge, here is what it looks like from 42nd Street East. I took this picture 2 years ago, but I think this one looked very similar ; ). Its definitely magical when the sun appears sideways on the lower part of the building canyon to appear dead center on the bottom and then slowly sinks into the horizon shifting to the right. The 2nd one this year will be on July 13.


I just love living in Bushwick. Here are some of my favorite graffiti pieces I have seen strolling around my neighborhood.








When I met her at a photographers party, she wore a snake around her neck and twisted casually like pretzel. Luckily she agreed to a photo shoot. Not only can she do incredible things on a rope with her body she’s also an avid advocate for underprivileged children. She teaches them the art of circus. Recently she started her own non-profit organization.





I went to Boots and Saddles to see CoCo’s hilarious Sunday afternoon show. As you can see the girl worked it.


She can be a glam puss too if she wants, see below. That was from my shoot at Luck Chengs a few months ago.


Ass out – ass in!

May 27th, 2013

Ass seen last night on Essex Subway stop


I couldn’t believe he actually pulled his pants up.


Drum Casket is an interactive performance and sound piece, centered around artist Amery Kessler’s invented instrument, Drum Casket. I have met both Amery and Mary Jane at the 2012 Inaugural World Peace Day in Linzhou China. We were all invited by the UN friends & Government of China to the First event for Peace and Art in China. Last night Amery and Mary Jane showed their Drum Casket Installation at the English Kills” Gallery in Bushwick, right around the corner from my studio. Drum whiz Sidy Maiga from Mali worked his magic and made us all dance.