Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Friday, April 24, 2009
Here are a few of my favorite images from Lorianna and Joel's wedding that I shot last month for Robert Rodriguez of Wedding Recap. Lorianna was an EXTREMELY calm and collected bride--the whole day ran incredibly smoothly with plenty of time to spare (I can tell you that doesn't happen often!). We also lucked out in the weather; there was a break before the thunderstorm that came an hour later for us to take a few shots in the park . Best of luck to both of you!
Posted by Jennifer Boyle Penney at 11:41 AM
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Monday, April 20, 2009
Check out an image of mine that posted in an article for the Brooklyn Paper. A friend of mine and the fundraising coordinator for the Filipino charity, Kamay at Puso, is pictured chowing down on a pork sandwich to inspire us for "the Park Slope Pork-Off" on Sunday, May 3.
Posted by Jennifer Boyle Penney at 2:14 PM
Last night I went to see a wonderful little jazz group that performs every Sunday night at Harefield Road in Williamsburg. I wish I got the chance to see them every week--it's just like a jump back in time to the 1920's with a sound very much like good ol' Django Reinhardt. They're called The Cangelosi Cards and they perform all over the city, so look them up!
Posted by Jennifer Boyle Penney at 2:03 PM
I was shooting a headshot session in the Financial District this weekend and we wandered into an alley just off Wall Street for the good light that was streaming in. I happened to see this busted up globe and just the idea of it struck me as one of the saddest things I've come across. I think it's particularly interesting how it's lying next to an old discarded sock.
Posted by Jennifer Boyle Penney at 1:45 PM
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Wednesday, April 1, 2009
This is Tim. You may have seen him on a recent Old Spice commercial playing opposite a young, ultra-nerdy version of NFL's Brian Urlacher. Don't let the blonde wig fool you--it's Tim. He's also a brilliantly hilarious member of New York's Murderfist, a raffish sketch comedy group taking the underground sketch scene by storm.
Posted by Jennifer Boyle Penney at 7:55 PM