Category: Art

A few weeks ago, I first learned of an analog camera movement and community called Lomography. What is Lomography, you ask? Well, according to Wikipedia: Lomography is an analog camera movement and community, and is also a commercial trademark of Lomographische AG. It was founded in 1991 by Viennese students Matthias Fiegl and Wolfgang Stranzinger [...]

Take a look at my photo in the sidebar. I know you see it. I look good, don’t I? That’s because I was photographed by one of the most talented individuals to ever touch a camera, Mr. Sean Toussaint. Unfortunately, tragedy struck my good friend a few weeks back and Sean was robbed of all [...]

Yes, yes, I am behind on posting my Instagram #MarchPhotoADay Challenge photos but at least I am posting them. This was taken on Sunday, as I was walking to meet a friend for brunch. Here it is, yo: “My Neighborhood.” I live in the glorious Clinton Hill neighborhood of the most excellent borough of Brooklyn in the best city in the [...]

So I failed the #FebPhotoADay miserably. Oy. But hey, tomorrow begins a new month, and that means a shot at redemption with a new photo challenge. Hooray! And to ensure I don’t fail this time, I’m going to post each of my #MarchPhotoADay pictures on my blog. If I miss a day, y’all can call me [...]

Today marks the beginning of Come Around My Way, an exhibition of photographs by Aviva Klein. The exhibition will be on display through Monday, February 20, from 12-6pm at 511 West 20th Street, near the High Line in Manhattan. An opening reception will be held tonight starting at 7pm. Share this: