Monthly Archives: September 2010

Women’s Ball Hockey

On Saturday afternoon, I had the chance to photograph the First Annual NYC Women’s Ball Hockey Tournament in Tompkins Square Park.

The teams: The Betty Whites, Typhoid Marys, Linda Hamiltons & Madeline Albrights.

As explained on their poster, “This sport requires a stick and a ball. No rollerblades. No ice skates. No fear.”

These ladies were hard-core and seemed to be having a great time. So entertaining, and I was proud to watch my sister play among them.


From a portrait shoot of the gorgeous Ali Green, writer for Elmore Magazine

A Fog

They say the storm is coming

Its ambassador is here


“Lack of money is no obstacle. Lack of an idea is an obstacle.”

– Ken Hakuta

courtesy of my Honest Tea


I’ve been working in this space a lot lately, but the light one day last week made me look around a bit differently. Always a good thing, I think.

Drop-off slip

Sometimes, in this world of digital everything, it’s really nice to get something that reminds you of the physical things that don’t change.

To really see

“Your photography is a record of your living, for anyone who really sees.”

-Paul Strand

snagged from the One Life competition website