1. Anonymous asked: Are you dating?

    Well, that’s a new one. Nope!

     

  2. Chinatown, NY

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  3. thelemoncookie

    Brooklyn, NY

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  4. Anonymous asked: any tips on how to get clients? Or people to know about your photography? Thanks!

    Depends on the line of photography you are in but I definitely think word of mouth is the best way! Referrals are always great because you already have a connection to a client in one way or another, which is always important. I would just say to establish as much of an online presence as you can. To be honest I am not 100% out there pursuing work as photography is more of a hobby at the moment, but I still love to shoot my friends or random stores/spaces to get practice and build my portfolio. Tumblr is great because reblogging extends your reach beyond your immediate network and brings more awareness to your blog and works!

     


  5. Anonymous asked: Favorite coffee place and item(s) to order there?

    Oh gosh! Definitely depends on my mood and where I am in the city…. but here are my regular haunts…

    Cafe Grumpy / any pourover to go, a skim latte to stay and linger for awhile. the cheddar & scallion biscuit is the business.
    Ports Tea & Coffee / my go to in the summer… a cold brew and any baked good (believe they are from Balthazar)
    Culture Espresso / cortado or flat white here. the chocolate chip cookie is a MUST.. i repeat. a must.
    Happy Bones / cortado and a salted choco chip cookie!
    Blue Bottle / cold brew (New Orleans of course), drip coffee.
    Stumptown / latte - the 8th st location has goodies from Momofuku milk bar as well
    Toby’s Estate / cortado always.

    Cheers!

     

  6. Self / 2014

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  7. Joshua Allen Harris' Mamiya.

    Brooklyn, NY

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  8. outtakes /

    Jenn & Roger

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  9. An impromptu “e-sesh” / Jenn & Roger

    New York, NY

    (Source: jane--kim)

     

  10. She said yes!

    Central Park, NY

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