Showing posts from April, 2014

Georgetown in Bloom

Today I had a photo shoot with independent filmmaker Ebony Brown in Georgetown, DC. Ebony Brown will be graduating with her MA in Film and Video from American University this spring. For a spring time shoot, Georgetown is the perfect place.

Every spring, I find myself in Georgetown.  My interest in the neighborhood has nothing to do with the retail shops or boutiques that Georgetown is so famous for. I skip the shops, and find my way around the old cobblestone streets, the colonial architecture and the flowers that bloom around April. It's my secret little hiding place. Here is a sneak peak at one of the photos from  Ebony's shoot today.


Spring is here! The weather in Washington D.C was attempting to convince me otherwise, but our famous cherry blossoms have started to bud in spite of the extremely cold weather this year on the East coast.

On my mind lately is a trip to Boston. Since last year, I've wanted to visit  Boston's beautiful cobblestone streets and open markets. I am making plans to take a visit within the next coming weeks, as this spring (hopefully) begins to warm up.

While in Boston, there are three places that I really would love to see.  First is the Union Oyster House, the oldest restaurant in Boston, established in 1826! And to cope with my missing Italy, I want to visit Boston's North End and "Little Italy".

Last but not least, like the true book lover I am, I  would LOVE to find my self searching though the spines of used books at the outdoor bookstall in the famous Brattle Book Shop. This bookstore is ranked as one of the top 20 coolest bookstores in the world. For me- this …

Everyday People in Washington DC

One of my most recent photography projects has been a collaboration with students at American University to create a "Humans of American University" Facebook page. Inspired by the "Humans of New York" blog, I have been venturing through the streets and campus of Tenleytown in Washington DC and finding some real gems of wisdom from everyday people. I just thought that I'd share a few quotes and photos . I find that there is something very special about having conversations with strangers; though you may never come across their paths again, they can leave an impression on you that can last a lifetime. 

You can visit "Humans of AU" page by clicking here

What is your philosophy on life?
I work with entrepreneurs and people doing start ups, and I believe that people are here to help other people. That’s what really gives them satisfaction, that’s what really gives people meaning and I think that people are basically good. I believe that ones role in life is…