Monthly Archives: October 2011

Mates of State at Webster Hall, 10/12/11 | New York City Concert Photography

Mates of State (a favorite of mine) played New York City’s Webster Hall on October 12th in support of their newest album, Mountaintops. The wife and I went to check it out and had a fantastic time. Here are some photos from the evening:   Like my work? Check out my music portfolio at ifeelinfinite.net. […]

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Scenes from Zuccotti Park Pt. II (#ows) | New York City Documentary Photography

More from the Occupy Wall Street protest in Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park. There is one photo in the set that would likely be considered NSFW, so there’s your warning. Heed it well.   Tweet

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Scenes from Zuccotti Park Pt. I (#ows) | New York City Documentary Photography

There’s a lot to be said–and a lot being said–about the Occupy Wall Street protest in lower Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park. I’m going to try and avoid adding to the din and focus on showing the sights. One thing, though: despite the criticism that there is no unified goal among the protestors, the presence of people […]

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Heroes Redux: Interview with Tori Amos

Back in December of 2009, I got the chance of a lifetime: an interview with the one and only Tori Amos, a longstanding hero. Tori was out doing press for her holiday album Midwinter Graces. Faced with a ten minute time limit and the daunting task of playing it cool, I dropped questions on topics […]

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Swans on Long Island

I know a love for Long Island is debatable (especially among New Yorkers), but who doesn’t love swans? Did you know that, most often than not, they mate for life? That’s pretty romantic. Y’know, if you’re into that sort of thing.   Tweet

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