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Driftwood Intimacy

Two of my favorite photographers, Nan Goldin and Kelli Connell, focus on intimacy in their work. The more I study their images, the more I feel their work touches on the elusive quality that surrounds friendship and love. This summer I wanted to create a photograph for Anisocoria that touched on my own experience with intimacy.

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Carolyn & Max Engagement Photoshoot

It was such a pleasure to photograph Carolyn & Max on Whiteface Mountain and in Lake Placid, NY. Carolyn & Max are both fellow Skidmore Alumni and I studied photography with Carolyn, so we had a lot of fun on this shoot. Check out some of Carolyn's photography here.

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Gallery Opening Event at Maglianero

This past Friday I had my first real gallery opening at Maglianero in Burlington, VT! It was a fantastic night with a great crowd and in support of Food 4 Farmers.

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Asher & Rosa's Wedding

It was such a treat to photograph Asher & Rosa's Wedding on Friday, June 27th at the Basin Harbor Club. I've known Asher & Rosa since high school, making it extra special for me to photograph their wedding.  Here are some of my favorite images from the day. To view the full gallery from the day go here!

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Portraits of Sara by the Lake

Sara is my oldest friend, and she's been a wonderful person to photograph over the years. We'd been talking about doing a photoshoot focusing on her tattoos for a while, and last weekend we had a perfect location. My family's summer home sits on Lake Champlain in South Hero, Vermont and, when the water dropped for the summer, huge trees and driftwood were washed up on the rocks. The combination of drift wood, South Hero and dusk, made for a perfect scenario.

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Mirror

Spring has arrived and I have been itching to make some more images for Anisocoria. This winter I've done a couple photoshoots for the series, but most of my ideas have needed an environment warm enough to stand in for more than 10 minutes at a time. But now that the weather is pleasant, I'm really excited and I've filled up my schedule with folks to interview! Stay tuned to see portraits of everyone I know.

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AIPAD & Portraits of Jen

Last April I went to NYC to visit friends and go to the AIPAD photography show, and I'm pretty sure this might become a lifelong tradition. AIPAD is such a thrill - the world's best photography galleries display their best photographs. Most people at the show attend to purchase these photographs, anything from $1,000 - $60,000, and then there all of the photography geeks who wander around drooling.

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Gang of Thieves - Thunderfunk Album Release Show

Two weeks ago I had the pleasure of spending the day with The Gang of Thieves and photographing their album release show at ArtsRiot in Burlington, VT. In the past year, the band fundraised $10,000 through a Kickstarter campaign to work with a grammy award winning producer, Michael Rosen, to make an incredible album, Thunderfunk. This day was the culmination of an insane amount of work on the part of all the band members, and I felt so lucky to be included on such an important day for the gang. See the full gallery from the day here and you can buy the album here.

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SCAA & Interview with Marcela Pino

I see coffee as a connector. It allows resources to travel from one place to another. Through coffee "I’ve been able to get to know the people who produce coffee and learn about their farming, agriculture, activities, and what the land means to them. Often people see coffee as separate from origin, and my job is to help communicate to the industry and consumers, where people do not know the story of the coffee producer, that the two are intertwined. I work to bring the resulting financial and organizational resources to the people who grow the coffee."

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