It's my first Halloween here in the city! Getting ready for tonight's parade, and drunk zombies. I put together this costume using just my wardrobe. I didn't have to go out and purchase anything. Since I'm obsessed with felines, it's only right that I dress up as one. I got my roomy to do my face paint. All black, CHECK! Cat hat, CHECK! Now I'm ready to strut down Canel Street along with thousands of other creepy creatures. Have a safe Halloween everyone :)
Photo CC: Nina Chiomi
I've been into basics lately, and simple accessories. This was a quick look that I put together for a stroll through Crown Heights, Brooklyn. I'm loving these new slacks that I got on sale at American Apparel. These slacks can pretty much go with anything. I can dress them up, or down, casual, or formal. They fit perfectly! I know my bro Jesse is proud of me for buying these "big boy pants."
Entire look - American Apparel
Photo CC: Nina Chiomi
I find myself here at Union Square Park almost everyday. It's by far my favorite park here in the city. While watching some street performers, I spotted these layered looks. It was extremely difficult trying to fight the traffic, and also shoot these looks. The rush hour traffic here is no joke. What do you think of these looks?
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Headed to the city for a lunch date with a friend. What an amazing feeling to finally see your hard work pay off. Been shooting with many models to update their portfolios. Haven't had a day off in 8 days. The life of a fashion photographer.
Comfy city look, nothing to restricting. I wanted to feel free, so I throw on two over-sized pieces. I've worn this Raglan baseball tee almost everyday since I bought it (it goes with everything). I'll post some more photos of this same exact tee, but with different looks.
Raglan tee - American Apparel
Joggers - Urban Outfitters
Jacket - Barbour
Shades - Giant Vintage
Shoes - Vans
Have a great day you guys:)
Photo CC: Nina Chiomic
A true photographer never put his / her camera down. I've taken so many random shots since living here in New York, so I decided to put together this post based around random photos. So casing more of my artsy side, using aperture speeds, and lighting to creative the perfect photos (no photoshop).
After church service this past Sunday. I bumped into these two young ladies. They asked me for directions, and shockingly I knew where to point them. Now I feel like a real New Yorker. This place is starting to feel like home.
I had to snag a couple of photos of these ladies. Their energies were amazing! Smiley, giggly, bubble pop describes just how joyful these two were. After shooting them, I felt at peace and in good spirits. Good vibes are contagious. Don't forget to smile :)
Uptown Manhattan with a good friend of mine (Chip). Chip is actually the only friend I've made since I've moved to New York. He keeps my spirits up with his good vibes, and vibrations.
Any-who, while waiting for the bus I decided to snap a few shots of his look. He doesn't like being photographed, so I had to pretend to be shooting still life photos of his shoes (not even). Serving casual chic, bus stop realness on this Monday evening.
Have a great day you guys :)
Fashion photographer from North Carolina, living in New York. None of my photographs are edited. No Photoshop needed, all natural lighting.