Today I spent my afternoon making portraits of the incredible kids in COLAGE, a group that unites, empowers, and supports youth in LGBTQ families.  
I had finished up all of the needed shots (which I’ll be posting within the next week).  But before I called it a wrap, I wanted to get experimental for a moment and indulge in a more personal current style.  Here are the two results of that. Today I spent my afternoon making portraits of the incredible kids in COLAGE, a group that unites, empowers, and supports youth in LGBTQ families.  
I had finished up all of the needed shots (which I’ll be posting within the next week).  But before I called it a wrap, I wanted to get experimental for a moment and indulge in a more personal current style.  Here are the two results of that.

Today I spent my afternoon making portraits of the incredible kids in COLAGE, a group that unites, empowers, and supports youth in LGBTQ families.  

I had finished up all of the needed shots (which I’ll be posting within the next week).  But before I called it a wrap, I wanted to get experimental for a moment and indulge in a more personal current style.  Here are the two results of that.

The window light called for a post-workout selfie.

Julie in and on blue

Julie on a Tuesday

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Ginny / 6th Street in Williamsburg

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My niece

Bought a URL for my ongoing pop-up studio portrait series.  Just figuring out how to ready the Tumblr platform I’ll post it on.  Probably launch it tomorrow morning.  

Just remembered I did this last night and didn’t think it was good enough to post but am now posting it anyway.

Rev. Mary at my pop-up studio on 6th Street

Sanjay at my pop-up studio on 6th Street