On Thursday, April 19th, I will be hosting the 2nd annual Literary Carousel at the MFA. This is a really fun hybrid of the Carousel series where, instead of having photographers presenting their work, we pull sets of images from the extensive archives at the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg and pair them with local writers. Those writers, in turn, have fun crafting a story or poem inspired by the photos. At the event, they will read along to the slideshow. Last year's event was a hoot and we think this one will be too. Hope to see you there!
On a bike ride the other day, I saw that the new pier is coming along nicely. It got me thinking back on this timelapse I shot of the old pier's demolition:
The St. Petersburg Inverted Pyramid Pier was demolished in late 2015 to make way for new construction. This time-lapse video documents that demolition, at various stages, from September 19th through December 31st.
Our office dog had a wonderful National Dog Day. He celebrated with treats and his favorite pastime: ball chasing. There's nothing better than having this little guy as part of the team ;)
TBC is in New York City and surroundings for a series of executive portraits. We've had some interesting props to play with, including jets and helicopters. It's been an exciting and challenging week, as the logistics of shooting in NYC can be tricky! We've got a great team... having a blast. I love my job.
Shooting fashion in the studio today for Creative Loafing's fashion issue. It's a fun mix of couture mixed with thrift store finds by designer Michael Vollbrach.