Archive for the ‘Portraits’ Category
American Apparel’s New CEO
I had the utmost pleasure photographing American Apparel’s new CEO Paula Schneider at the American Apparel HQ in Los Angeles for The New York Times. Read the article HERE. We shot on the roof, in the sewing room of the factory, in her office, a conference room, and a waiting room and it’s rare shoots like […]
Grindr Founder Joel Simkhai for The New York Times
I photographed Grindr Founder Joel Simkhai for The New York Times Sunday Styles. We started at his office and then the following day I photographed him at a house he recently bought and one he was renting nearby, both with insane views of Los Angeles.
Sean Parker for the San Francisco Chronicle
I photographed billionaire techie Sean Parker (think: Napster creator and former founding Facebook president aka who Justin Timberlake played in The Social Network) at his new home in Beverly Hills for The San Francisco Chronicle on Friday afternoon.
Suze Yalof Schwartz and Her Plan to Help Us All Unplug
Suze Yalof Schwartz poses for portraits at Unplug, a meditation center she opened in Los Angeles and that she hopes to franchise. When I first walked into the sleek studio, the lights were dimmed, it smelled amazing, and Suze greeted me with a huge smile.
Sean Rad & Jonathan Badeen at Tinder HQ
I photographed Tinder founders Sean Rad (CEO) and Jonathan Badeen (VP of Product) at their temporary headquarters in Los Angeles in September.
Scene Stealer: David Morehouse
I always enjoy working for The New York Times’ Style section and this shoot was no exception. I photographed David Morehouse who is the Director of Donor Relations at the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles. It was immediately no wonder to me that he caught the eye of the NY Times and is wonderful at his […]
I wear a little make-up and usually have my nails painted in red or blue or black or green, but it takes me about 6 minutes to brush my teeth and get ready before running out the door and my nail polish is generally chipped. Whenever I get my hair cut, the stylist almost always […]
Sequoia National Park and the Importance of Feeling Small
You get wrapped up in all the tiny dramas of life and then you stand under a 2,500-year-old 200 foot sequoia tree and are reminded that you are just a beautiful microscopic blip in the grand scheme of things. You head home three days later knowing there are far more stars than you’d ever seen […]
A girl puts her head on a boy’s shoulder; they are driving west.The windshield wipers wipe, homesickness one way, wanderlust the other, back and forth. -Galway Kinnell-