Soaking up that empire state of mind at golden hour. 😍
Walked through this beautifully cold, fast-paced, energetic city for the week and I’m equal parts in love + exhausted. Museums, shopping, cocktails and enough pasta and pizza to last a lifetime.
We’re back in Vancouver tomorrow, but I’ll sure miss you New York City. ♥️
Richard Dean Desain, currently incarcerated, but formerly from L.A, has been hit with new charges while sitting in jail awaiting trial.
Mr. Desain had a ballsy scheme going that lasted almost a year, and made him tens of thousands of dollars.
Located in the West Coast, Richard would send shipments of meth in Fedex boxes to New York’s Grand Central Apple Store located in Manhattan. Only took that one time for an Apple employee to see a strange package addressed to R De Sain, open it and finding 800 grams of meth.
A new indictment claims that Richard is charged with funneling drugs into New York by involving an unaware business to receive his work, as well as using a delivery service as his personal drug mule so that he can supply his N.Y based drug distribution networks.
part 1/3; in this series we use photos to tell the story of the song “Manhattan” by Sara Bareilles and how the song relates to my life and what it means to me personally. Music is so powerful in ways we sometimes undermine; it’s relatable, healing, therapeutic, and joyful. It’s important. This project emphasizes how listening to music and really paying attention to the stories it shares can help us discover things about ourselves and remind us that we aren’t alone.
Once all the pictures are posted I encourage you to listen to the song while looking through the posts and you’ll see how @byrachelansley did such an amazing job of capturing it’s message. Look for the symbolism, it’s everywhere😉 This project is so unique and I’m so so happy to be a part of it❤️ #nyc#nymodel#nycphotography#concertphotography#grandcentralstation#manhattan#rose#music#sarabareilles