I’m tempted to just write the word “WOW” and call this blog post done… but let’s just say that Sony Kando Trip 2.0, surpassed all my expectations.
Tuesday I was invited to the media preview of Louise Bourgeois: To Unravel a Torment, at Glenstone Museum, which opens to the public on May 10.
Sunday evening at the LINE Hotel DC was pretty special. Things started off at 5pm with Curry Hackett’s Express Trombone Consort performing a live set at Full Service Radio, in the hotel’s lobby, then we moved to the Monument View Master Suite, as well as the Vela Rooftop, for Full Service Radio’s end of season wrap party.
On Saturday I was invited for a behind the scenes tour of the Washington National Cathedral.
Once again I've partnered with Framebridge, this time to help them promote the easiest gallery walls on the planet. Choose one of their gallery wall arrangements and upload your photos. They’ll custom frame them and ship everything (including a life-size hanging guide!) to your door, ready to hang.
The National Museum of Women in the Arts is the only museum in the world dedicated exclusively to recognizing the contributions of women artists, and today they invited a group of local creatives to view their latest exhibition, Women House, and walk with Assistant Curator Orin Zahra, to learn more about the works featured.
Courtesy of my friend Austin Graff, a group of us were treated to a tour of Small Planes Coffee's roastery last night. Very informative, very delicious, and very fun.
Also very caffeinated. 😅
At the tail end of last month I found a round trip ticket to Tampa, on JetBlue, for about $120 so I went to visit. It was a superquick visit but I'll be damned if that area of Tampa isn't incredibly photogenic
Thursday through Saturday of last week Ditto Residential invited me to stay in unit 213 at the Buchanan School, a thoughtfully renovated 1895 schoolhouse on Capitol Hill.
While "live in" might be a bit of hyperbole, here's a nice write up from Washingtonian about my stay last week at Ditto Residential's renovated Buchanan School.
In late December I was invited to an after-hours tour of Tudor Place's holiday exhibition. A few days later I went back during daylight hours to photograph the estate again.
This morning I was invited to attend the press preview of the official Obama Presidential portraits by artists Amy Sherald and Kehinde Wiley at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.
One of my favorite cities in the world*, the first time I've worked in another city at a client's request, and my first real opportunity to put the iPhone 8's new camera thru its paces.
*offer valid only in spring, summer, and fall
I just got home from spending two nights in a tiny house in the woods in Stanardsville, VA, courtesy of a new vacation concept named Getaway.
Last night I attended the media preview for TUKU IHO | Living Legacy, at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, sponsored by the New Zealand Embassy.
Yestereday I was allowed early access to Studio Gang and the National Building Museum's summer spectacle, Hive. You should definitely have it on your summer to-do list.
Things you're likely to see on my VSCOgrid.
Julian and I were invited to the Building Museum this morning to check out Wright on the Walls, a room-sized coloring book featuring Frank Lloyd Wright's architecture, The Architecture of an Asylum: St. Elizabeths 1852-2017, and the setup for Hive, which opens July 4th.
I spent the day walking around downtown Detroit looking like an IRL hearteyes emoji. Michigan was home for 9.5 years of my life but it's been at least 20 years since I've had a chance to visit the city.
This weekend is the final weekend that Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors will be at the Hirshhorn. This morning my friend Peter and I stopped by to have one last look.