I’m just home from the most lovely three week trip over to the States with my dear younger sister Alice. We saw amazing theatre in New York (Hamilton and A Streetcar Named Desire… both incredible!), absorbed all the art and fashion we could, and window shopping up a storm. 🙂

I also ended the trip photographing some gorgeous couples – look out for more shortly, once I’m over this jet lag hehe!

Anyway, it’s always lovely to see cities through other people’s eyes, so thought I’d share a few of my photos from the trip. xx

New York skyline - street photography Rainy day in Soho New York BTS of Josh Wool making a tiny type portrait

I met Josh Wool last year in New Zealand. He creates really soulful, beautiful portraits… and does a lot of work using the old-fashioned tin type method. It was so fascinating seeing him at work – the hours of mixing chemicals, developing, focusing… all for that one photo. This is my sister and I holding verrrrrrry still! Thanks Shayan Asgharnia for capturing it! x

Tin Type portrait done by Josh Wool in Brooklyn Manhattan seen from Dumbo Brooklyn at sunset in New York Candid walking around in Brooklyn TsQ in New York - street photography New York pedestrian crossing - white man Bird flying between buildings in New York USA flag on a New York street New York rainy day black and white photograph of people with umbrellas

And lucky last… an artful San Francisco pigeon. xx

San Francisco graffiti art