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“We Don’t See Things as They Are, We See Them as We Are.” Anais Nin

 

On my way to Italy, where I plan to swim in the salty Mediterranean Ocean, rides boats and planes and bikes; where I will dine with family under bright sun and briskly walk through crowded streets full of tourists and locals. This is going to be a great couple weeks, although I am missing a friend’s wedding, I am happy to be spending time with my Omi in what could be our last trip with her. Up up and away I go.

Alabama Shakes @ The Fox Theater 8.10.12

I can honestly say that this show actually distracted me from my job more than a few times! Brittany’s playing struck me with awe so often that I found myself putting my camera down and completely forgot I was working, which is no easy feat for this photo nerd. For the rest of this series click here, Hey Reverb. She just rocks. Definitely go see this band if you get the chance!

Tennis, Paper Bird @ Chautauqua Auditorium 6.16.12

Check out the full review and photos at Hey Reverb. Women, rock.

Ingrid Michaelson @ The Boulder Theatre 4.19.12

Hey Reverb, is where you can find more images and write up of this sweet little show. She is a funny woman, I really enjoyed her storytelling; a humble and talented soul!

Retrospect



I’ve been a bit obsessed with tracking my family tree recently filling in holes I wasn’t privy to and thought I’d share images of my young grandmothers, Florence Connors and Anne Kirschner. My Grandma Flo and my Omi.

Valerie June

Kaylie Hushka my Baboushka

This is an ode, a small piece of remembrance or rather a renewing of my gratitude for being a close friend of one of the most witty, beautiful and unapologetic woman in the universe. Kaylie Hushka. Kaylie was first and foremost one with great integrity. She has taught me to embrace my spirit and surround myself with those who embrace me too. The person and soul that encompassed her was inspired.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/it_feels_like_magic/

Kaylie and Vera. thank you. Thank you for being my home away from home. My soul sisters. Love B.

Found Photographs, Portrait of Wendy


I found this hiding amidst the plethora of black-and-white scans. I am newly excited to dig through all my old negatives and get back to the foundations in which I fell in love with photography. I believe this was shot in 2005 in the backyard of the “Rainbow House”…

Kyle

The Portraits, Lynnette