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Client Work, Ambassador

Leica X Peak Design Bag

I recently was asked to shoot a new collaboration between two brands I highly respect, Leica and Peak Design. If you know me, it's no secret that I'm a huge fan and user of Leica cameras and lenses. Peak Design has been producing bags and camera accessories for a few years now, and their products are well researched, with real input from photographers. When these two companies decided to produce a limited edition bag together, I knew it was going to be a slam dunk.

Ambassador, Local, Personal

Dumpling walk with ONA Bags

Last week, I joined ONA bags and a few photographer friends to stroll through Chinatown. We met up at Mimi Cheng's dumpling house and wandered through the streets, eventually making our way to Nom Wah Tea House for some tasty dim sum. 

Big thanks to the awesome crew over at ONA for having us out, and especially for the tasty food!

Local, Personal

NYC Snow Days

Well, the snow in NYC hasn't been much to write home about lately, but we had a few good snow weekends that mandated I jump out of bed early - I just can't resist seeing Central Park covered in a fresh snowfall. Plus, as an added bonus, when you go pre-9am, it's off leash time in the park. There's just no joy like the joy of puppies romping through snow. 

Here's a few quick snaps from the neighborhood!

Local, News, Personal

Tribute in Light - Remembering 9/11

I picked up the new Canon 5D Mark IV this weekend, so I took it for a test drive last night on the 15 year anniversary of the 9/11 World Trade Center terrorist attack on New York City.

Here's the beautiful Tribute in Light from 4 angles.

Local, Personal

WTC Transportation Hub

Although I visited the new World Trade center "Oculus" a few months back, I didn't get a chance to edit a few photos till recently. There's always more photos to edit, more trips planned (I'm not complaining though!). Anyways, here's a quick glimpse at the stunning architecture.

Also, here's a "behind the scenes" shot of what it's ACTUALLY like in the age of Instagram.

All images shot with the Leica T and 23mm lens.