Photo Shoots

They look out into the Himalayan headwaters of the Ganges river, the vague reflections of their five lanky figures conspiring with the ripples of water beneath them. As the first rays of the dawning sun glisten on the vast sacred river, the little Hindu pilgrims stand at the edge of this “Ghat” at Uttar Pradesh […]

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CatherineHall Editorial-75

You could feel the smouldering heat on your eyes and skin, yet the team of us at fellow photog Tara Arrowood’s wedding at Burning Man was high on excitement from being a part of the unconventional Bohemian nuptials. When we had a minute away from the frenzy of the celebration, I organized a last-minute photo […]

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Not many people know this – but Angkor Wat is only one of more than 100 temples in the famous Siem Reap/Angkor ruins in Cambodia. If you have never been to this part of the world, you may experience a culture shock as you will come across many beggars and touts – many of whom […]

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Stolen Innocence

Myanmar has been at the center of political unrest and human rights violations for decades. Even though Amnesty International and other human rights organizations have collected a vast amount of information on the subject, most Americans are uninformed and unaware of the plight of the Burmese people. During my travels along the Thailand and Myanmar […]

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To get to know the Novogratzes, you must first take a tour of their house. I was lucky enough to photograph the beautiful, eclectic family, helmed by Cortney and Rob from Sixx Design, last year and stayed with them in their five-story house in NYC last Spring. Like a modern museum, mixed with the whimsy […]

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