Real Estate developper Don Capoccia photographed inside the Bedford Armory
This was my first portrait of the year thanks to the always amazing Ronnie Boo Boo at The Wall Street Journal.
Colin met me for a very quick shoot at a midtown studio, he was just back from rowing all the way to Antarctica, yeah you read that right, so I was expecting him his skin to be burnt by the cold and saltwater but to my surprise he looked like he just exited the spa.
We exchanged a few moisturizing tips and shot this few options.
Read Colin’s book ’ The impossible first and follow his new adventures on his instagram.
Natarajan Chandrasekaran, chairman of Indian industrial giant Tata Group, shot on Roosevelt Island of all places.
Coach designer’s Stuart Vevers at his Upper West side townhouse for the fashion section of The Wall Street Journal.
It is the second time I shoot architect Steven Holl, who isn’t a huge fan of having his photo taken. 12 years ago he gave me 4 minutes, this time… About 6-7mn.
Read the profile here
Earlier this summer, Hauser & Wirth announced Nicolas Party was joining their roster.
To celebrate, they sent me to Redhook for a studio visit.
Maurice Mitchell is the national director of the Working Families Party, shot in Brooklyn for Ozy.com
As documented on my instagram, I am a compulsive plant hoarder and turned my apartment in Bushwick into a jungle of 103 plants, I thought that was a worth a little family portrait.
I met Chany Rosen, ceo of Cavalry Associates for @therealdeal a few weeks ago and she is pretty badass.
At only 27 and while raising 5 kids, she became a real estate power player in the male-dominated business within the Hasidic Community.