Greetings and salutations, my friends! And welcome to my new blog. We’re still in the development stage around here, so as you click around you will find some areas are still under construction. (Thankfully you will hear no jackhammers.)
I developed this blog as a companion website to my other online homefront, K. Rox Photography. Going forward, the content at K. Rox will be devoted almost exclusively to my client work, whereas this blog is a platform for my personal projects and a chronicle of living and loving in America’s favorite borough. It will be a love letter to Brooklyn; a visual ode to the wonders (and sometimes woes) of being married with children in the greatest city in the world.
Speaking of personal projects: my first official blog post here is devoted to an ongoing personal project I have been participating in since the start of the year. It is a monthly mini-blog circle, called 10 on 10 – a cozy group of like-minded photographers devoted to exploring a single concept in 10 images. This month’s theme is divine in its simplicity: Square.
This month, I eschew my beloved Mark ii and go all analog. My tools of the trade: PX 600-series film (developed by the good people at the Impossible Project) and my trusty refurbed Polaroid Sun 660. Sublime.
Let’s get started, shall we?
Tattly Tattoos and an Attitude
The Farmer’s Market
I have found one of my favorite ways to play with this film (at least for now, while it is still new to me) is for this very kind of portrait. Who needs Throwback Thursdays?
(Also, I simply adore this Silver Shade Impossible Instant Film. Swoon.)
This is Six.
He tells me and his father he loves us everyday. And often. I know it won’t last forever. I cling to the joy of these sweet moments.
(Also, as it turns out, the Guggenheim is closed on Thursdays. But this capture made the trek worth our collective while.)
Thelma and Louise.
Life by the Sea
Next up in this month’t 10 on 10 blog circle installment is my dear friend and fellow New Yorker Linda Hooper. Please take a moment to check out Linda’s square images this month – I promise they will be anything but run-of-the-mill.
And how is YOUR heart, soul and spirit today?