This Fall, I’ve been going a bit photo crazy. I’ve been traveling, doing some random photo shoots for friends and my students, and just enjoying being behind the lens again. Here are some of the projects I’ve been working on lately!
Chinese Lovebirds in North Carolina
One of Isaac’s classmates from business school asked me to take photos of him and his girlfriend. They both moved here from China a few years ago to attend graduate school and don’t have plans of leaving the U.S. anytime soon. She’s taking a job in NYC and he is moving to Boston, so they wanted some photos around campus, where they met and fell in love.
Woolly Worm Festival in the Mountains
Every year, nearly 30,000 people travel to Banner Elk, North Carolina to attend the woolly worm festival. It is a tiny town, and believe me, it felt like there were 30,000 people there when we were trying to find parking outside the festival. A woolly worm festival is where kids (and lots of adults, too!) get woolly worms and race them, and the winner actually gets a couple thousands dollars. Yes, it’s very “North Carolinian”, but it was fun. I loved being in the mountains with Isaac’s family and enjoying the most perfect fall weather.
Kobi in the Park
A few weeks ago a student of mine came into school to sign some papers and she had her son with her. I took one look at him an said “I must photograph him.” He was that cute. We only got about 10 minutes of photos out of him, he is only three years old after all, but I am in love with his little face, smile, hair, everything! Here is Kobi, the little dude should be a model. Even his silly faces are adorable.