• I shot another season of fashion week for J. Crew. Several posts of my behind-the-scenes work are live on the J. Crew blog. Until next time…

  • I’m part of a group show New Visionaries that opens at Mount Ida College in Boston tonight. I’m psyched to show photos alongside a bunch of other photographers I love. Thanks to a paper sponsor, there are a ton of huge prints by really talented photographers. Get out to the show if you can.

  • I photographed the incredibly lithe László Major as he rehearsed with his all-male ballet company Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo for a story in the Wall Street Journal. The men in the company perform the parts traditionally done by women.

  • Giancarlo DiTrapano is the publisher of Tyrant Books and put out a hit novel by Atticus Lish as detailed in this article in the Wall Street Journal. But he’s also a great storyteller and fascinating dude. I spent a nice afternoon photographing him earlier this month.

  • I photographed some Pinterest superstars for a story on Danaë Vokolos (above) is a grad student in the architecture program at Columbia and has five million Pinterest followers.

  • Karla Rothstein is the professor in charge of Death Lab at Columbia, which studies new ways to reconcieve death, grieving, cemeteries, and human remains in urban environments. She’s incredibly fascinating. I shot her for the current issue of Wired Japan.

  • I spent a day with art handler Seth Hernandez for Juxtapoz Magazine. We carted around a few million dollars worth of art during the course of the day. No big deal.