My Photography on One Kings Lane!

sketch42 x OKL

More ridiculously cool stuff going on this week! (When it rains, it pours?) My photos, along with that of several other UPLO photographers has been included in a classic and contemporary ONE KINGS LANE photography sale. SO exciting and fun, but also intimidating! I mean look who else is included in the sale.... Wait - look how meta this is, as I was typing this, my own photo popped up as an ad … [Read more...]

Nostalgia Fridays.


This photo shoot of Heath Ledger and Rose Byrne by photographer Rupert Thorpe in May 1999, a month after Ten Things I Hate About You premiered. Heath was 20, on the cusp on Hollywood megastardom, and Rose was unknown. The two drank 4 or 5 bottles of champagne during this shoot, and stayed on in Vegas together for a few days afterward. They were ecstatic about their careers and life. The pictures … [Read more...]



Sometimes all we have is our pretty little thoughts, like now, when I'm being deprived of bread and beer. Today's inspiration is brought to you by black and white, graphic shapes, clean lines and .... ViaCarl Kliener Céline Kelly Wearstler HermesVia BasquiatSonia Rykiel, Russian VogueFlockMotherwellThe other way across Abbey Road.Flamingos in the snow Hiro !!! … [Read more...]



I've had my eye on The Dean, the latest project from Will Cooper and Ari Heckman of ASH NYC, ever since they told me about it last year. The Dean is a boutique hotel in Providence. When I was in college I dated a dude that went to Brown, and ten years ago, there was one restaurant in Providence that you took your parents to when they visited. Now it's a little super cool town, and The Dean is one … [Read more...]



Some days you just want to stay in bed. Mornings, a series by still life photographer Sharon Radisch captures just that. Follow her blog and instagram.  … [Read more...]

Ads Libitum.


Ah, tumblr. What a wealth of joyous content you contain. Like this, the work of french art director David Redon. Ads Libitum is his re-imagining of famous songs as vintage ads. He treats the artist as the product and the song title as the slogan. Pretty delightful. Hmmm, I'm torn between Beat It, Juicy, Come As You Are and , Sun is Shining. I wish he sold these! I also love the Kanye, … [Read more...]