…and I love Brooklyn. By day, I’m a Salesforce.com consultant and by night, I’m a passionate analog photographer. Between photo shoots and endless bouts with the film scanner, I’m attempting to renovate an 1890’s limestone in Crown Heights and tackle DIY projects. I also enjoy poking around in my garden and watching things grow. Feel free to check out my portfolio and be in touch!
So what is For the Love of Brooklyn?
In 2009, I started this blog as an attempt to share the work of local photographers who constantly inspire me. In the last few years, I’ve had the pleasure of meeting many of them and watching as they have gone on to publish work in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post, National Geographic, Scientific American, and hundreds of wonderful sites in NYC and around the world. Plus — did I mention they also happen to be some of the kindest, humblest, funniest and most down-to-earth people I’ve ever met?
Interested in Getting Connected?
I’m always browsing local blogs and our Flickr community for inspiration and to learn about new local talent. If you would like to say hello or contribute, please feel free to contact me via Twitter, Facebook, or via email!
We also schedule semi-regular events and meet-ups, so you should totally join us sometime. It’s a lot of fun, and you might just learn something new. Check us out on Facebook to get signed up for notifications about when we’re hosting events. We’d love to see you there!
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