Monthly Archives: March 2016

What should your professional headshot look like?

These days, almost everyone is on LinkedIn. Having an updated, relevant, and powerful LinkedIn profile can help you have an edge in moving your career forwards.¬†LinkedIn asks for your profile picture. Scary to think that your appearance is part of this game, isn’t it? The profile picture should be like any other part of your […]

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Joanne & Alex, Engaged! | Bay Area

When he’s the founder of Branch Metrics, Alex is known as the boss, the thinker and smart tinkerer. When he is with Joanne, Alex becomes “more human” – the other half of a fun, collaborative, and energetic partnership. Their days are busy, as they are ¬†extremely passionate about their work and great at what they […]

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Presenting the Love Story Contest Winners

Yuying, a self-professed secret admirer of my photography, wrote in for my Love Story contest about her boyfriend Austin, hoping to win the photos as a birthday surprise for him. Everything she described about their relationship exemplifies what I’ve observed in the most successful love stories I know, they were the clear winners through and […]

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Najah, in(SP)ired

Najah loves life, fun, and is a mother to an amazing little man – her son is polite, intelligent, and respectful. She will soon become a life coach. I found her presence incredibly soothing and assuring, she is someone who will listen to you and allow you to explore within the best path towards success. […]

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Let’s talk about photographing in winter

I take a limited number of photography gigs in the winter months (defined as mid-November through end of March), particularly in NYC and the Northeast, because of the weather. Most photographers during this time call it the “off-season”. Winter is not optimal – lighting, weather, and lack of leaves are all factors that lead to […]

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