My friend Scott at Aperture sold me a little brownie camera this summer. I believe the camera is a 1950s model, and it is incredibly simple. Kodak first released a version of the Brownie in 1900, and that camera and it successors are what made the homemade snapshot a possibility for the masses. Kodak’s slogan back then was, “You press the button, we do the rest.”
This summer, I got to work with some wonderful families, shooting on location all around New York City. From Brooklyn to Tribeca, and all the way up to the Conservatory Gardens in Central Park (and many places in between!), these photos showcase some of the fun adventures I had the chance to capture with young New Yorkers and their parents.
A fun-filled day in Columbia Station, Ohio, yielded these children’s photos telling the story of their outdoor adventure.
October bookings are now completely sold out. By popular demand, Sarah will be announcing NYC shoot dates in November very soon!
I don’t often post weddings to this site (in fact, I have a whole separate wedding blog, if you’re interested: click here), but this one was very special to me because it was my dear cousin’s. Actually, I had the honor of being a bridesmaid that day, as well as the privilege of photographing my gorgeous cousin and her handsome groom for their portrait session after the ceremony.
A photo exhibit featuring Sarah’s work along with 5 other awesome photographers’ with opening night party on Sunday, September 25th, 6-9 p.m. Continue reading “Welcome Back, Cleveland!”
My brother and sister and I had such a great time growing up together. I cherish our many, many inside jokes that, to this day, no one else fully understands. Lately, I’ve had the chance to photograph lots of sets of siblings, and wanted to show off that special bond that siblings share. Here are some of my favorite shots…