I’d never used a fisheye lens before, but it was fun getting one in New York and shooting some of the vibrant scenes. It was also great to use indoors to capture the vastness of Richard Serra’s work at Gagosian.
Sing for Hope is a charity that brings music into schools, nursing homes, veterans’ groups, and other community organizations. One of its big projects is the “50 Pianos” – they commission 50 volunteer artists to decorate 50 pianos to give to local schools. But before the pianos are distributed to schools, the pianos become a … Continue reading Sing for Hope pianos
The Museum of Feelings is an awesome pop-up museum for the holiday season in New York City. It’s a promotional event for Glade, with five rooms with different technologies representing different associated smells. After a brief orientation by one of the guides, you go into the first room. It is dark except for a couple … Continue reading The Museum of Feelings
NYFW is a great chance to see trends and creativity on the streets of New York.
The amazing China: Through the Looking Glass exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
I love public art, and I love Hello Kitty, so what better to see than a giant installation of Hello Kitty on the Dag Hammarskjold Plaza in New York. The work is by Sebastian Masuda, who created a translucent sculpture filled with personal items of New Yorkers.
Every time I go to New York, I try to capture the trip in a few iPhone photos:
From Brooklyn Bridge Park
Men in basket cranes are setting up new ads on the large neon billboards, touching the surface and manipulating it pixel by pixel.