Photographer Rosie Holtom took pictures of homeless people from London, dressed as they’d like the world to see them. Not only are they beautiful portraits, but there is such light and confidence that comes through in these. As communities, we need to be better about inspiring that in those who are homeless for whatever reason; … Continue reading
via a New York Times slideshow and article about yoga in Israel among (un)Orthodox Jews.
44 Stock Photos That Hope To Change The Way We Look At Women. I actually think about stock photography a little bit too much. Who do photographers look to cast, and why? What tone and feel do they ask each subject to strike, in hopes that it creates a stock image so appealing that it … Continue reading
Photographs of unrelated doppelgängers who have found each other.
From Touching Strangers by Richard Renaldi.
Here’s how this went last year. And now, checking in on those resolutions made for 2012: Do awesome photo projects Started the Brooklyn Bathroom Blog and have been going on fun photo outings. Also bartered grantwriting help with a photography lesson. Definitely giving space for photography exploration, though I’d like to enjoy what I do … Continue reading Resolutions: checking in and checking out (reprisal)
An amazing photography series and cultural exploration. (via Portraits of Albanian Women Who Have Lived Their Lives As Men)
Pacific St., Brooklyn
Sun in Bloom This and more on my new side project, the Brooklyn Bathroom Blog. Follow me on Tumblr and/or Instagram.
It’s Yom Kippur again, and I am reflecting on the last year. There’s certainly been a lot I’ve done well, a lot I haven’t, and some things I just couldn’t change. I would like to take this opportunity to ask forgiveness from those who I have wronged this year and to work on being more … Continue reading