New York from Above


One thing I love about large cities is how easily you can look down and see the culmination of countless life’s works. Each of these buildings were likely a proud, if not crowning achievement, in someone’s life. Each architect spent countless months drafting plans and overseeing development to create these buildings.

It’s pretty amazing that, with a single shutter snap, you can capture all of that.

Shape & Color

Kelsey Haley is a textile and fashion designer in Portland, Maine. I met her through friends a few months back, but didn’t find out what she did until more recently. I found myself immediately drawn to the tactile, physical nature of her work, which is so far removed from the work I do.

I had to learn more!

I sat down with Kelsey for a few hours to talk about her work and to explore her studio. Again, the contrast was striking. Her space is a bright, loud, vivacious studio. It covered with great, beautiful things: patterns, fabrics, paints, examples. It stands in stark contrast to the dark quiet of the editing bay.

It’s always a blast to explore another’s art: take a peek and find out more!