Once a year in a great migration Princeton’s Alumni return to campus. Unlike other schools, they pay no heed to the constraints of five or ten. Come they will and come they must.
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Carol has written numerous books along with having had an advice column for teen girls for twenty-five years. Coincidently, I have two teen daughters and they love Carol’s Girl [...]
I last saw Elvis in ’86 or ’87. That was great, this was greater. Tons of energy, over the top showmanship, and lots and lots of fun. A favorite of mine was the Time set which included a superb cover of the Stones’ Out of Time.
“Get me my [...]
Playing catch-up a bit. Here’s the fourth video in the series documenting the construction of my new studio/office. It was shot last fall as the trim work was being done. It’s so green at the moment that it’s nice to see some fall colors.
In editing the piece I really liked the percussive [...]
This past fall I photographed the Fordham Law School 2010 Dean’s Report, my first hybrid stills/video assignment. The Dean’s Report is in essence an annual report. My responsibility was to create the full-page portraits which grace the five main sections of the report and to create some of the video pop-outs which accompany the online [...]
On assignment yesterday in New York City, a twelve-hour day, but a break in the action afforded a balcony view of the Met from Avery Fisher’s balcony:
The plazas in Lincoln Center have been renovated and this was my first chance to get a glimpse of them.
The Barclays Grove is very nicely done. It [...]
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