Welcome to my journal. Here you will find entries of recent and personal work, stories on teaching photography, ideas, studies and more.
Sara Roger-Gordon's Bat Mitzvah was on one of the first beautiful days in June. We headed across the street from East End Temple to the park to take family photos. Her party was at the Manny Cantor Center at the Educational Alliance on the Lower East Side. It is a big loft-like space with wood floors and floor to ceiling windows on two sides with a wrap around terrace. The space was decked out in purple accents created, designed and handmade by her Dad. He made individual letters in lights that spelled out her name. The centerpieces on the tables had a small light inside surrounded by clear marbles. A remote control was next to the vases and when pressed the marbles glowed different colors. At the end of the evening all the kids went home with a t-shirt celebrating Sara.
Its Official! NYC Schools are out for the SUMMER! And this means Camp Yomi starts tomorrow and I go back for my 6th summer teaching Photography and documenting all the summer fun. So grateful for my happy place away from the hot, stinky city!! Here's a few favorite photos to get everyone excited for summer camp days.
Spring means graduation for so many people! 5th grade graduation, middle school, high school, college and lets not leave out master degrees. It is a very fun time where we celebrate scholars everywhere including the little ones moving up to kindergarten. I love to capture the expressions of graduates but especially college grads. They are full of pride, gratitude, and they have so much to look forward to as they walk down the aisle into their future.
Ava Cohen's fabulous Bat Mitzvah celebration at Stage48. http://stage48events.com/ with
Total Entertainment http://www.totalentertainment.com/social/mitzvahs as the DJ.
Cookies for Kids' Cancer 5th Annual Chef for Kids' Cancer Gala Benefit was an amazing event featuring many great chefs cooking dinner for guests with an art auction, live auction and performance by Ed Robertson lead singer, guitarist, and songwriter of the band Barenaked Ladies at Metropolitan West. Here's a few highlights from the evening.
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