Well, this is it. All of my London archives have been revised, edited anew, and posted here. These images are taken during my last weeks and days in London before we moved to the States. They are quite random and quite precious - although I was eager to start anew I truly liked the city and I still miss it sometimes. This is where I learned to light-hunt!
The still life macros shown here are barely retouched - the quality of light in London was almost always perfect as the sun was filtered in the most exquisite way through the clouds. Also, favorite images from Oxford Circus, Tower Bridge, the Tube, the South Bank and St. Paul's, Market Place, and a snapshot from the only time I rode in a Black Cab.
This is my niece, Ally. She's a tween now, but here she was just a little girl with her Teddy Bear, frolicking around the place without a single worry on her mind. I took these as a part of a Flickr contest in 2009. The image with the Bear and the back of her dress was the winning one.
This is my sister Sylvia. She's an amazing person, and this is my favorite portrait of her. I took this a few years back while visiting my homeland for the summer. I love the light in here, and her Mona Lisa smile...!
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T'is the season, guys! I am back from maternity leave and I am available for hire to satisfy all of your photography needs - family sessions and individual glam portraits, birthday parties and social events, weddings and engagement shoots, you name it. Give me a call and book your gig now!
Another great development - I have been selected to be one of the recommended Wedding Photographers at the Walden West environmental school! This is such an exciting opportunity and I am looking forward to working with them to help create wonderful memories for many happy couples.
This is a permanent art installation in Canary Wharf, London. It is both very pretty, and very confusing, as it is situated in the middle of an actual roundabout. I took these in the summer of 2010, using long exposure but no tripod, so the slight blur is coming from the fact that they are hand-held.