The #121212 Concert last night reminded me that I was sitting on a bunch of pics that I took during Hurricane Sandy.
You can see the rest of the photos, including hanging out w/ my buddies 6-month old daughter (who was a trooper, and totally not thrown off her baby game by the storm), here. My other Sandy posts are here and here.
Two hurricanes in two years? Let’s not make it 3 in a row, okay mother nature?
I was displaced by Hurricane Sandy for a week. When I woke up Tuesday morning, I was without power, water or cell phone service. Thankfully, my fiance’s sister lives in Hell’s Kitchen, which was left completely untouched. So we camped out there for the week. Come Wednesday night, the streets looked like any other Wednesday night. Also, Halloween. Lots of costumes out and about. Which stood in stark contrast to life below 34th st. Wanting to document that contrast, I hopped into my car and drove down 9th avenue…
I’ve featured Aleks on the blog before. Well, now he’s got a new bike, and two great kids that aren’t confined to cribs anymore. So with that in mind, we went out and did a shoot under some fantastic fall colors.
I also got to work on my environmental portraiture.