Category: Architecture

Hotels Views 2016

You know the drill, every hotel that I stay in I take one photo out of the window. That’s the challenge….the things I do for fun! So as not to overwhelm, here’s but a few from 2016.

Blake Hotel #1111 New Orleans

 

Hampton Inn #324 Cedar Rapids

 

Hyatt #1214 New Orleans

 

Blake Hotel #876 New Orleans

 

Riverwalk Hotel & Suite #312 Global San Antonio

 

Best Western #38 Waseau, OH

 

La Quinta Inn #423 Memphis

 

Grand Oasis #2226 Tulum Mexico

 

Marriott Downtown #569 Kansas City

 

Marriott Downtown #1269 Kansas City

 

Sundance Resort Cabin Mandan Sundance UT

 

Hilton #503 Memphis

Epicurean Hotel #261 Tampa

 

Sheraton Airport #532 Tampa

#followyournola folks!

People, places & things…nola rich vibe~ola! Some bts from New Orleans. I’ve been wanting to share these pics since way-back-when in April. I thought that some of the peripheral content derived from the project was pretty interesting. There’s a quality of natural day light in The Big Easy that is so beautiful….earthy, rich & warm and makes shooting there so special. We encountered multi-faceted greatness, thanks to all involved!

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The Museum of the City of New York Exhibition

I’m honored to have 10 images, that I’ve made over the years of the NYC Marathon, on display at The Museum of the City of New York. The exhibition is titled The New York City Marathon: The Great Race. I’ve been shooting the marathon for about 9 years & counting and was at it again last Sunday. If you have a chance to check out the exhibition it’s pretty cool, as is the museum in general, it’s a great place! The exhibition will be on display from OCT. 20, 2015 – MARCH 8, 2016. Here’s a few iPhone snaps.

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Amory B. Lovins

He’s one of my hero’s, Amory B. Lovins, chief scientist and cofounder of The Rocky Mountain Institute www.rmi.org in Snowmass, CO. He’s a world leader in energy efficiency. His home in Snowmass, CO is passive which means he uses no heat or AC, all solar, AND he gets a check every month from the utility company because he makes more power than he uses. He’s been living this way since the early 80’s.

For vastly different reasons, living this lifestyle is good for both sides of the aisle, it’s a win win, whether you believe in climate change or not. I made these images for a Jamie Redford & HBO production called Happening last month.  15-20 Sundance CO

Amory in his home library

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In his living room, surrounded by tropical plants including a very large banana tree.

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National Arts Club Exhibition in NYC

Closing Reception May 27th. You. Are. Invited.

Marquis Gallery
Lou Bopp: Mississippi
May 18 – 30

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Wednesday, May 27, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Lou Bopp’s journey deep into the south began on a motorcycle, traveling Highway 61, through the heart of Mississippi. His love of the Blues fueled his explorations, where he found not only the Delta Bluesman, but also a lasting affection for the culture enveloping the music and the people.
Bopp’s passion developed into a life-long love affair, which begged to be documented and memorialized. Bopp explains, “The people of Mississippi are so rich with life, their stories are embedded in their scents, hands, gazes; they are draped in history. My goal was, and still is, to document all that is Mississippi. The authenticity of Mississippi can stop you in your tracks, it’s an amazing place.” His connection to people, his keen sensitivity to color and composition has resulted in a body of work that is both art and document.