I have always loved taking pictures of horses but after visiting Iceland, I fell in love with the adorable, sweet Icelandic horses and began posting them regularly on Instagram under the hashtag #fuzzyhorsefridays, because why not make Fridays even better?
There is nothing more magical than fresh snowfall, especially in a city as busy as New York City. The blissful silence of Central Park in the middle of a snowstorm is incomparable. Word of advice: remember your snowboots!.
There's something so satisfying yet unpredictable about street photography, whether it is the perfectly placed stranger in a scene or an accidental emotion captured. Of course I return the favor and walk slower or even stand still when I'm aware someone is taking a picture of me when I am out walking. Turnabout is fair play!
Every city has a different beat.
It is easy to miss the majesty of a corner of a building or the spiral of a staircase...a broken down fence or an intricate railing. Here I celebrate buildings and the details inside and out.
My favorite thing to do in each city is to find someplace tall, and somehow get to the top of it. From Paris to New York to Bologna, the view from the top, no matter how many stairs, has always, always been worth it.
For as long as I can remember, I have been obsessed with amusement parks and the Americana nostalgia associated with ferris wheels, merry go rounds and carnival rides.
Two is better than one, especially if they are identical. With photography however, there is a way to also capture reflections to show a little something else.
Nothing gold can stay, but I try my hardest to hold on to it.
Komorebi, the Japanese word for light filtering through leaves in nature. I spend my time seeking to capture this; there is nothing as beautiful as the interplay between light and shadow.
Nature has no competition except with herself.
Growing up in the "Live Music Capital of the World" has given me a slight fondness for concerts....