As a freelance photographer, I was lucky enough to see my work published in a handful of major commercial outlets in 2013. Previously, I had only seen my work online - never in print, so this was all incredibly exciting for me.
Apollo Magazine, April 2013
Earlier this year, I photographed for Carlton Hobbs, a world renowned arts and antique dealership in Manhattan. In this position, I photographed the ever revolving inventory of decorative objects. This photograph, of Herman Mijnerts Doncker's painting, Boy and His Horse, was featured in the Around The Galleries section of the April issue of Apollo Magazine. Additionally, I was a credited photographer in the 2012-2013 annual catalog for the company.
Art Forum, October 2013
Back in 2011, I began documenting the construction progress of BRIC House. This summer, just as the new building was just about ready to open to the public, I was asked to come back to capture a raw photo of the nearly complete 2,000 square foot gallery space to be used in an advertisement in Art Forum. I was super excited about this as BRIC actually credited me in the ad, on the left hand side of the photo. I was also thrilled to contribute to the marketing of a space that I so passionately love.
October 1, 2013, New York Times Arts Beat
The last installment of my project regarding BRIC House's construction were used in two New York Times pieces. The first, which aired online in the Arts Beat section was posted only hours after the shoot. The article included a slideshow of five of my images, highlighting the beautiful architecture and features of the new space. Later in the week, my images were redistributed to various media outlets including Brownstoner, Archinect, Archpaper, Brokelyn, Brooklyn Based, Hyperallergic, WNYC, TimeOut New York and L Magazine.
October 3, 2013, New York Times
Following the slideshow, this photo was featured in the October 3rd issue of the New York Times.
October 30, 2013, New York Observer
Lastly, I was asked to cover Brooklyn By The Book's Michael Chabon reading towards the end of October. This image was featured in an article in the New York Observer.