Spring finally seems to be on its way, and I will take the current “mid-sixties and rain” over the past “low-twenties and clear.”. With this season change comes new hope, new projects, and the sudden panic that you have yet to file your taxes. I figured I would post these shots before I get lost in a box of receipts.
Shoshana Bean has embarked on a whirlwind tour promoting her latest EP release, Shadows to Light, which dropped at the end of last year. Shadows to Light is an entirely acoustic recording which includes a stripped-down “Runaway Train,” and a brilliant cover of Sia’s hit single “Chandelier.” Bean was back in New York City for one sold-out acoustic performance at Rockwood Music Hall’s Stage 2. Those in attendance were treated to a duet with Eden Espinosa (also a former Elphaba in Wicked), as well as some throwback tunes (namely her infamous 2008 release, “Naomi,” a large departure from her current sound).
To catch Shoshana Bean near you (she will be performing in Hawaii and the United Kingdom in the coming months), visit her official website for ticket info. And to see the photos, go past the jump.
All photos were shot on the Canon 7D mounted with a Canon EF 24-70mm ƒ/2.8L II USM lens.
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First off, please excuse the new bare-bones blog theme. I’m currently shopping around for a premium theme to make the most out of my blog in 2015, but I want to make sure I’ve found the perfect one. In the mean time, I needed some sort of change.
Winter was something I definitely did not have to deal with last year when I lived in Los Angeles. This was not the case for 2014-2015. I would even go out on a limb to declare it the worst winter I’ve experienced since 2006-2007 (because I didn’t live here last winter). Winter makes it hard for me to do anything. Apparently I become some sort of hibernating animal, and I only emerge when completely necessary. Needless to say, I stepped away from the camera for two months because I stepped away from my life (I believe this is called Seasonal Affective Disorder). I’m really looking forward to dealing with that next year, since it’s not something I can ever truly do again.
March actually came in “like a lion” in the shape of Winter Storm Thor, which decided to remind the East Coast that although it was the month of March, it was still in fact, Winter. This season was filled with false predictions of large snowfall totals for Philadelphia (sorry, Boston), so I did not expect I would be shoveling my car out from a foot of snow on March 5; but that is what I did. And then I bit the bullet and went outside with my camera:
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