image via my Instagram
Who’s excited for SNOW this weekend?! Woohoo! I know this might be an unpopular opinion, but I love snow. I guess it’s mainly because it’s so pretty to photograph – I mean, NYC in snow, can’t beat it. It makes the city feel so lovely and peaceful (for a little while, anyway). This weekend, I’m doing a photo shoot for Small Packages, my friend Julie’s company – I’m so excited to create some fun images for her!
Just shipped these two photography prints out from my Etsy shop! On the left is Bethesda Terrace and on the right Charleston Bikes in 16×20. Bethesda Terrace is one of the most beautiful spots in Central Park and such a pleasure to photograph. The Charleston print is such a nice memory from a stay at Zero George a few years ago…what a gorgeous place that is!
I had dinner on Monday at Bar Primi – I hadn’t been in a while and it was even better than I remembered. LOVE that place!
I heard on one of my podcasts that Jane Harper has drawn comparisons to Tana French, so I immediately downloaded The Dry – really liking it so far!
After loving it for a while I recently ordered the Paloma portrait from my one of my favorite artists, Josh Young Design House, and am finally getting around to sending it to Framebridge to be framed…now the only problem is deciding how to frame it! I’m usually so boring and just go for a plain white gallery frame (which I always love), but this time I thought it might be fun to do a gilded frame as if it were an actual oil portrait (kind of tongue-in-cheek), and without a mat (it’s 16×20). If not I thought the black wood looked kind of striking. Thoughts?