Martin and I returned to NYC last week to meet his sister and her family and explore some of the famous and not so famous sites of the Big Apple. I love that city, as much as I love playing with urban photography.
During my recent travels in Sweden, I spent a day at Fotografiska, the new photography museum in Stockholm. It opened it’s doors in May and I have to say it is an AWESOME space. The museum is housed in a restored “Art Nouveau” 1906 brick building located on the bank of Stadsgården in Stockholm, not [...]
Emma and Albin were guests at our New Year’s Eve celebration. I couldn’t resist grabbing a couple of shots of these two workin’ the party. Happy 2011! Thanks for a lovely evening of seeing old friends and meeting new ones. Gott nytt år!
God Jul/Merry Christmas! Here are a couple of highlights from our Christmas celebration in Sweden.
My first visit to NYC was a 16 year-old girl. My father took me and a friend their for my birthday and I was blown away by it all. The fast paced life, the shining lights, the fancy clothes—this is what I remember from that trip. I returned to NYC in my mid twenties after [...]
I am not a linguist; I am actually the furthest thing from a linguist. Learning foreign languages has always been challenging for me. For example, I studied four years of French in high school and two years in college. But today, if I had to construct a sentence in French and say the words out [...]
I have been on the road for the last couple of weeks. Driving from Boulder, CO to Whistler, BC and back with a few stops along the way. My husband, dog and I drove more than 3,400 miles in 12 days, saw some new parts of North America and discovered a new love for books [...]