Thursday, March 19, 2009

Tableau Vivant of the Delirium Constructions

This past Saturday, the wonderful photographer, Sarah Small, invited me to photograph her nudes and cocktails birthday extravaganza,
Tableau Vivant of the Delirium Constructions, held at Jewel Street Studios .

It was a party to remember, and I had a blast. Many of Sarah's prints hung on a wall overlooking the party, which looked beautiful, printed by the talented April Renae, of Dogleaf Studios.

As you can see above, there were incredible models, who not only satiated our voyeuristic cravings, but put on an amazing performance. They descended from the stairs about half way through the party, and took stage to hold poses where beautiful dynamics were frozen in time. Sarah then walked through and talked to the models, they would come to life and their interactions would change, and they would re-freeze.

It was art, theater, and fun.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Philly Revisited

So I went back to Philly shortly after my first visit to house sit. Thanks Mona and Val! It was beautiful, and Rebecca came out to hang out with me..which had fun and delicious results. We made yummy breakfast crepes with goat cheese and chives, and then we went to the science museum to enjoy the planetarium, pictured above. Not to mention amazing sunsets and ice floes.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Punching Face

My friend Katie Deacon took me to her friends' Ari and Ian's boxing match at Gleason's Gym a while back. I am finally catching up on my web postings....Unfortunately we only caught the last two rounds, but it was a good fight: it was a tie. Gleason's ripped us off a bit at $20 for the last 5 minutes of the fight, but it was my first live match.