Spinning Around

Outside Kenzo’s S/S 2013 show in Paris.


The Ultimate Smokey Eye

Carine Roitfeld on Rue de Lappe, Paris, September 25, 2012.


After Marc

I posted a small series of images I took after the Marc Jacobs show on Monday. Here’s one that didn’t make that set.


Grand Slam

People in Madison Square Park sat in the fountain to watch the U.S. Open men’s final on Monday—the water replaced with artificial turf. I suppose the green indicated tennis. When Andy Murray won, this is how the crowd reacted.

Day 5 Round 1 Small 9

Fist Bump

This is one of my favorite gestures for greetings and goodbyes—there were a lot of both in New York this week.


Out of nowhere

I typically make a photo essay on 9/11—here’s last year’s—but this year I spent the day shooting outside shows. However, while walking back from dinner in SoHo, I saw this at Greene and Houston.


The light last night

The light in the Hamptons last night was glorious, and I wish I could take a photo that did in justice. Instead, we have this.


Celebratory Cigars

One of my best friends from way back got married over Labor Day weekend. A couple of his relatives and a friend celebrated outside the venue.

A few from Provence 2 (1 of 4)

The lawnmower

This is Gabi; he has been a shepherd his entire life. In Grambois, we called him the lawnmower because he would bring his sheep over to cut, i.e. eat, the grass.

Leica M7 with 50mm Summicron-M on Kodak Portra 400

A few from Provence 2 (2 of 4)

End of day, Provence

While driving home, I spotted the local shepherd with his flock and some friends. When I approached the shepherd for a quick chat, his friends hopped in their car and headed off into (or, rather, away from) the sunset.

Leica M7 with 50mm Summicron-M on Kodak Portra 400

printemps 2 (1 of 1)

Biking by

I love this intersection at St. Germain and rue Bonaparte with the city’s best known cafes in the background. Late one night, this woman rode by. She was fast, but my shutter was slow, producing the motion blur.

Leica M7 with 50mm Summicron-M on Kodak Tri-X