Posts tagged as "portraits"

Posted by Tricia on 14th June 2016

Gustavo Marx / Portraits of Creatives

Gustavo has started a new personal project photographing the creatives involved in his gorgeous fashion shoots.  Below is Laura Guerra, fashion designer.






Posted by Tricia on 18th November 2015

Dustin Cohen Shoot with Elle King

Dustin and Elle have been working together for years, but this shoot is special as it marks her first full length album and it’s killing it on the charts! Well deserved success.  






Posted by Tricia on 28th May 2015

Jess Koehler Photo in Feature Shoot’s Fiery Redhead Exhibition

Who doesn’t love a redhead? Jess’s image of this beautiful redhead is featured in Feature Shoot’s latest group show.  Check out more of her work on her website.






Posted by Tricia on 30th October 2014

Mark Tucker Personal Work

  Biker Man Floating






Posted by Tricia on 3rd October 2014

Matt Furman Cover Story on Inside Edition’s Diane McInerney

Matt photographed Inside Edition’s Diane McInerney at her home in Cold Spring Harbor for the cover story of the LI Pulse.  Check out more of Matt’s work here!






Posted by Tricia on 19th August 2014

Matt Furman Photographs Van Toffler for Billboard Magazine






Posted by Tricia on 10th July 2014

Matt Furman’s Artist Series

Matt’s been fortunate to be assigned to shoot other artists quite a bit.  It’s always interesting to see how others work, their spaces, the processes and routines.  Below are Schery Markee Sullivan and Fulvio Massi.  Go to Matt’s website to see the rest of the series in more detail.






Posted by Tricia on 2nd April 2013

Dustin Cohen – The Shoemaker!

Dustin released his new short film and photographs in the Made In Brooklyn Series, The Shoemaker !  A personal project Dustin started a few years ago – has turned into a fantastic series of stories of amazing craftspeople in Brooklyn, where Cohen lives.  This installment is my personal favorite, of Frank Catalfumo a 91 year […]






Posted by Tricia on 1st February 2013

Ed Koch by Matt Furman

Ed Koch certainly put his stamp on New York City.  He was a polarizing person indeed.  Matt was fortunate to spend some time with him and got these great portraits.  I love his hands.  Quintessential New Yorker – hands flying.






Posted by Tricia on 30th July 2012

Matt Furman’s Brooklyn Cyclones

Matt went out to Coney Island and photographed the Brooklyn Cyclones! Check out more from the series on his website and blog.