Photo Sugar

This blog is collection of my work from engagement shoots, bridal showers and other images I find beautiful and unique. Like eye candy, or what I like to call, Photo Sugar.
Photo Sugar turned 2 today!

Photo Sugar turned 2 today!

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Here are some shots from a recent exhibition I did at my photo school. The project I chose this year was reflections. Halfway through my project, I started to fall in love with the distortion of the image in the reflection itself. Therefore I thought it was more interesting to portray some of the images upside down, to distort the photograph even more. Can you tell which ones are upside down?

Favorites from Paris

My glorious window looking out onto Rue St. Paul in Le Marais. My hotel room was a bit larger than the window.

French Tranny during the Gay Pride Parade on Rue de Rennes. Major!

The only photo of me in the whole album. Wearing my new sweater that I purchased on Rue de Rennes during the Soldes : )

I went to Paris for a work trip back in June. I spent the weekend by myself walking around Le Marais, shopping and sipping coffee in local cafes, not to mention taking tons of pictures. The weather in Paris in June was incredible! Crisp and chilly in the morning (around 50-60 degres f) then the weather warms up to about 75 by 3pm. Oh, and it stays light out until 10pm. Here are some of my favorite shots. Enjoy!

Ebony & Ivory

Below is a collection of some black and whites I took for a photo project last year. My theme was focused around music.

Music is such an integral part of the city - from street performers, to concert halls, piano showrooms, to broadway; music is everywhere. Here is a collection of some images which capture a quick glimpse of NYC’s unique cast of performers and the instruments they play.



This photo is very special to me because these piano keys are the keys I played for 9 years growing up.

Wall of album covers in a vintage record store on Bleecker St.

Cool collection of old records in the basement of a record store in the East Village 

- “A great photograph is one that fully expresses what one feels, in the deepest sense, about what is being photographed.” -Ansel Adams-

- “There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are.” -Ernst Haas-

These were taking during the Japanese festival at the Brooklyn Botantical Gardens in May 2011

It’s amazing what you’ll find in the trees of NYC when you take the time to look up.

It’s amazing what you’ll find in the trees of NYC when you take the time to look up.