Archive for Feb 2012

Currently hanging at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Annie Leibovitz’s “Pilgrimage” intends to tell the tale of Annie’s personal journey over two years, photographing artifacts and locations related to some of America’s greatest individuals. I attended this gallery with my good friend Jordan Bush, who has offered his thoughts on the exhibition. The exhibit is a significant departure from Leibovitz’s usual work, with photographs focusing on objects and places rather than portraits of the rich and famous. Yet, despite this, there is a familiarity to the material, as the objects are all related to the well-known and celebrated: Abraham Lincoln’s gloves and hat from the night he was assassinated, Sigmund Freud’s couch and books, Ansel Adam’s darkroom. These are exactly the type of items you might travel around the country to see, and yet, the images did not evoke the emotional connection to the people and the artifacts that I was

Tomorrow is Valentine's Day, and plenty of couples sure to be getting engaged - who knows, maybe you're one of the lucky couples taking the next step in your relationship! To celebrate this holiday, I'm offering a special package for the soon-to-be newlyweds, so check out the whole deal here and book your session today! Whether you just got engaged in the past few days, popped the question over the holidays, or are planning to ask your loved one to continue on your journey together soon, an engagement session is a fantastic way to share your happiness with friends and family both near and far - not to mention capturing moments that you and your partner will be able to look back on for years to come. Here are some images from an engagement session I did with the wonderful Dan and Jess last fall in Washington, DC - take a look