Category Archives: brooklyn

Summer jams

This summer has been totally bonkers but I’ve still found some time to get in some fun. Otherwise I’d go crazy. Various summer snaps below. Keep up on my more-often-updated Scrapbook.

Spring snaps


Recent film

Best of 2010: Part 4

Sorry for the delay! October – December, omitting stuff I can’t show yet… Oh yeah, I finally joined My username is elizabethweinberg, follow me! Jerko the Gowanus Water Vacuum: In October I did a fun shoot at the Knob Hall Winery in western Maryland for Bloomberg Businessweek. Here are a bunch of outtakes: John […]

Best of 2010: Part 3

July – September… Shot some advertorials for Nylon x Casio Baby-G when it was like 100 degrees for a week… Pamela Love: Fefe Dobson: Going Places Doing Stuff was definitely a highlight of the summer: Fashion shoot with Keren and Turner: Bandit Brand shoot in a crazy old bar nestled in the Redwoods in California: […]

Best of 2010: Part 2

April – June…. Fort TIlden. Easter. Deep Creek Hot Springs, Hesperia, CA! Harlem shoot for City at Barbiere in the East Village. Mishka Summer ’10 lookbook shoot at Coney Island. One of the most fun shoots I did all year! Abigail comes for a visit. Ariel Pink shoot in the LES… Canoe trip on the […]

Best of 2010: Part 1

Here’s a little best-of for 2010. It was a good year! Got into American Photography 29, got into the PDN 30, shot for a bunch of new clients, traveled a bunch, got my moped above 35 mph… I’ll do this in four parts, three months each. Some will be client work, some will be random, […]

City Magazine’s Need To Know Photographer Feature/Interview.

In September I got a really fun assignment for CITY Magazine: shoot a portrait of a photographer with a similar style and have my photo taken by that photographer. Ryan Pfluger and I were matched up and spent a fun and beautiful afternoon walking around Prospect Park taking photos of each other. His photo of […]

A-Trak Outtakes.

Some outtakes I liked from my A-Trak shoot for Self-Titled: Also, follow me on Tumblr for shorter and more frequent updates.