Designer / Developer / Photographer
Sam Working Wide

Editorial Photography

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Commissioned editorial photography for beautiful magazines like Bklynr and Lagom.

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Sam working in the brewery (wide)

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

The brewery exterior roll up door with company van

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Beer spigots in the Other Half Brewing Tasting Room

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Other Half Brewing proprietor portrait

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

The Tasting Room ALE sign

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

The Tasting Room from entry door

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Matt sealing up a tank

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

A work table in the back of the brewery

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Lagom #3: Glass Half Full

Sam at the mash ton

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

Row Houses

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

8th Avenue sidewalk traffic in Sunset Park, Brooklyn

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

The Manhattan skyline, viewed from Sunset Park.

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

Shops along 4th Avenue

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

A new development rises over older buildings on 60th Street – just off 8th Avenue

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

Phillip Peng, owner of Get Well Pharmacy on 8th Avenue

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

Bklynr Issue 11: Setting Sun

On 8th Avenue between 52nd and 53rd streets, the brick tower at center stands at 5213

Bklynr Issue 18: Lords of the Flea

Bklynr Issue 18: Lords of the Flea

Jonathan Butler, one of the Brooklyn Flea’s two founders, holds a cilantro-topped hot dog from vendor Asia Dog.

Bklynr Issue 18: Lords of the Flea

Bklynr Issue 18: Lords of the Flea

Bklynr Issue 18: Lords of the Flea

Bklynr Issue 18: Lords of the Flea

Demby, left, and Butler peruse the offerings at Smorgasburg.

Bklynr Issue 18: Lords of the Flea

Bklynr Issue 18: Lords of the Flea

Butler (left), asked Demby to help him start the original Brooklyn Flea in 2007.

Bklynr Issue 18: Lords of the Flea

Bklynr Issue 18: Lords of the Flea

A vendor’s breads, from Smorgasburg.

Bklynr Issue 18: Lords of the Flea

Bklynr Issue 18: Lords of the Flea

Spring rolls, from a vendor at Smorgasburg.

Bklynr Issue 33: When ‘Affordable’ Rents Push $3,000

Bklynr Issue 33: When ‘Affordable’ Rents Push $3,000

Bklynr Issue 33: When ‘Affordable’ Rents Push $3,000

Bklynr Issue 33: When ‘Affordable’ Rents Push $3,000

Bklynr Issue 33: When ‘Affordable’ Rents Push $3,000

Bklynr Issue 33: When ‘Affordable’ Rents Push $3,000

A residential tower grows in Brooklyn.

Bklynr Issue 33: When ‘Affordable’ Rents Push $3,000

Bklynr Issue 33: When ‘Affordable’ Rents Push $3,000

The row of buildings on the north side of Dean St. between Flatbush Ave. and 6th Ave. was demolished entirely to make room for the construction of the Barclay’s Center complex and residential towers. The first of those towers, built with modular components, remains under construction.

Bklynr Issue 33: Q&A: David Vigil of East New York Farms

Bklynr Issue 33: Q&A: David Vigil of East New York Farms

Bklynr Issue 33: Q&A: David Vigil of East New York Farms

Bklynr Issue 33: Q&A: David Vigil of East New York Farms

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Bklynr Issue 33: Q&A: David Vigil of East New York Farms

Bklynr Issue 33: Q&A: David Vigil of East New York Farms

Farmers Market fresh fruit and vegetables

Bklynr Issue 35: Q&A: Alan Rosen of Junior’s

Bklynr Issue 35: Q&A: Alan Rosen of Junior’s

Bklynr Issue 35: Q&A: Alan Rosen of Junior’s

Bklynr Issue 35: Q&A: Alan Rosen of Junior’s

Bklynr Issue 35: Q&A: Alan Rosen of Junior’s

Bklynr Issue 35: Q&A: Alan Rosen of Junior’s

Proprietor portrait at Juniors

Bklynr Issue 36: Fifty Years Later, Looking for Last Exit

Bklynr Issue 36: Fifty Years Later, Looking for Last Exit

Bklynr Issue 36: Fifty Years Later, Looking for Last Exit

Bklynr Issue 36: Fifty Years Later, Looking for Last Exit

The Sunset Park stretch of Third Avenue, canopied by the Gowanus Expressway.

Bklynr Issue 36: Fifty Years Later, Looking for Last Exit

Bklynr Issue 36: Fifty Years Later, Looking for Last Exit

Lutheran Medical Center, in the years following the publication of Selby’s novel, proved to be a transformative force in Sunset Park.

Bklynr Issue 36: Fifty Years Later, Looking for Last Exit

Bklynr Issue 36: Fifty Years Later, Looking for Last Exit

A factory smokestack, an artifact from Sunset Park’s industrial years, still towers over the neighborhood.