Monthly Archives: March 2010

Hellllllooooo Carla

The First Lady of France, Ms. Carla Bruni-Sarkozy visited a Kipp DC charter school today. Kipp is a client of mine so they had me there to follow the afternoons events.

Variations On A Theme

For the last few years there is a project i’ve been working on. It’s rare that I get an opportunity to shoot for it, but when the chance does come along I throw myself into it. Honestly the project is so sparsely on my mind that it lacks a name. It revolves around the idea of spaces in transition. It’s not your run of the mill abandoned places stuff. They are buildings that hold a place in history that are undergoing a massive liquidation or reconstruction to become something else.

As I was editing the photos from a recent shoot for the project I kept noticing that some of the photos looked similar to those from the last time I shot for the project in late 2007 at the Watergate Hotel. This being the kind of thing that blogs live for… here’s a grouping of the images that really struck me.

March Round-Up: The President

March Round-Up: Capitol Hill Style

My neglect of this blog for the last month or so has been on my mind this weekend. Now that a day off has arrived so does a round up post or two to show what the month brought. Without further delay, here were go:

It’s Alive!

It’s been quite a while since my last post. It’s been a busy few weeks of corporate and behind the scenes work. But at last I have something to show for it. I’m very happy/pleased/excited to announce the launch of The Post Office Project website. The photo series that started as a one off assignment has taken on a life of its own. If you have a moment or two stop by and take a gander.