Monthly Archives: June 2008

Race for the Cure

The Susan G. Komen Foundation’s Race for the Cure was last weekend. I was one of a group of volunteer photographers covering the event, and it was an all-around awesome day. It was a mixture of fun (cheerleaders, local mascots, funny signs), sadness for those fighting breast cancer and those who have lost their fights, […]

Greendrinks Turns Five

So Greendrinks had a fab 5th anniversary party last week. There was a ton of food and even more to drink (Sierra Nevada debuted their new Monorail Ale, and longtime blog readers will know how delighted I am about this; click here to read my last monorail-related post). There were also lots of great booths […]

Saarinen Slideshow on Slate has a great slideshow up of one of my favorite architects/furniture designers, Eero Saarinen. I’m especially partial to him as I inherited two lovely but beat-up womb chairs and one grasshopper chair from my grandparents. Here’s what the grasshopper looks like: All three of these chairs he designed are incredibly comfortable to sit and […]

Wedding: Danielle & Josh

Danielle and Josh got married a few weeks ago on a gorgeous (and very hot!) day in May. We started out taking photos with Danielle and her bridesmaids getting ready at the Watertown hotel in the University District. Here’s Danielle getting her makeup done: And some bridesmaids: Danielle’s shoes were complete showstoppers. Check ’em out: […]

Paul Fusco’s RFK Funeral Train Images

The New York Times posted an incredible collection of photographs taken by Paul Fusco of the crowds that gathered to watch Robert F. Kennedy’s funeral train pass by. Take a moment and watch them here. Via