jute magazine posted a recent editorial i shot. it just ran as a ‘webitorial’ on their site this week. evan crothers styled the shoot and selected a sporty stripes theme, based on the current spring trends in the stores. check it out on jute’s site and below.

love all around to the crew:
stylist evan crothers [ennis, inc.] | hmu kacie corbelle [ennis, inc.] | model sarah wilson [maggie, inc.] | styling assistant vanessa lundy | location abacus imaging group


back in december, i shot a somewhat unique assignment. the new-york historical society asked me to photograph a dozen period re-enactors for an exhibit in their new center for women’s history: saving washington. the photographs would end up being life-sized cutouts, placed around the exhibit hall to add to the interactive vibe of a party at the white house, hosted by then first lady, dolley madison. i worked with the exhibit’s designer to choose poses that would make the cutout placement in the room fit the layout of the room. i’m planning on getting down to see the exhibit before it’s end on July 30.

Byron Smith for The New York Times

Shumita Basu/WNYC

Allison Meier for Hyperallergic

Allison Meier for Hyperallergic

check out some of the press the exhibit and women’s center received:

special thanks to everyone involved: 
designer john esposito | stylist joji goto | tech megan pappadapolous | assistant stylist gina fox | photo assistants will mccarthy + tina rivosecchi | studio abacus imaging group


retail is always working a few seasons ahead. we’re grinding out holiday shots in the heat of summer. across the board, fall is shot in the spring. summer is shot in the winter. spring is shot…in the fall. 

last fall, i shot alex and ani’s spring campaign. the leaves had already changed. it wasn’t too cold yet, but it sure did not look like spring in new england. so, we shot across 2 days, in a large indoor botanical garden - where it is spring year round. i’m pretty sure i saw a spider or two.

when the campaign released in their stores in late march, i drove down to the foxboro location at patriots’ place to check it out in person. i may have done the running man outside of the store. it’s kind of cool to see everything in it’s final form. they do such a good job with store visuals. 

there were also email/digital campaigns that supported the printed pieces.

one of the shots ran in the march 2017 issue of glamour magazine.

much love and heart emojis to everyone involved:

art direction tarah sutton + natalie feldman + alexi drago | production manager tracy trouf | stylist jacarina soto | HMU rachael berkowitz | tech megan pappadopolous | assistant will mccarthy | models serena marques + milena garbo

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