1. Red Hook, Brooklyn | 2014

    Red Hook, Brooklyn | 2014

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  2. I Am The Avalanche @ Webster Hall / Marlin Room | 2014

    I Am The Avalanche @ Webster Hall / Marlin Room | 2014

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  3. Times Square | 2014

    Times Square | 2014

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  4. Oliver, 4.5 months | 2014

    Oliver, 4.5 months | 2014

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  5. Two truly awesome people that I got to photograph! I love my job.

everythingbutdirndls:

PUMA Impact Award 2013: Photo by Lauren Colchamiro
I love this shot. Those two are fun!

    Two truly awesome people that I got to photograph! I love my job.

    everythingbutdirndls:

    PUMA Impact Award 2013: Photo by Lauren Colchamiro

    I love this shot. Those two are fun!

    (via zadiehipster)

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  6. Brattleboro, VT | 2013 | Fujifilm X100S

    Brattleboro, VT | 2013 | Fujifilm X100S

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  7. Brooklyn Winery | 2014

    Brooklyn Winery | 2014

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  8. Keara + Denis, engaged | 2013

    Keara + Denis, engaged | 2013

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  9. shakeybutpie asked: You've been a full time photographer for a while now: how easy or difficult is it to live the dream without another job?

    Hi Arjun! Thanks for the question!

    There’s a HUGE learning curve, and I’m still at the very beginning of it. While it’s wonderful to not have to clock in and work for someone else 40 hours a week, there are a ton of responsibilities I never had to think about before that are crucial now. For example, setting aside money for taxes. Still haven’t quite figured that game out, and I think April 2014 will be tough. Oh, and getting sick for the first time ever without being able to go get some antibiotics for a quick heal. But that might be getting better very soon - thanks Obama!

    Other than that, I’m also figuring out: time management, getting out of bed in the morning like a real human being, getting out of my apartment once in awhile - essentially, not treating my new life like a vacation. That’s really hard for me. I’m kinda lazy and I loooove to sleep in.

    Honestly though, and surprising for me actually - the hardest part so far is getting used to the solitude. For nearly a decade (and my entire adulthood thus far) I worked with people next to me, in front of me, and behind me. People with whom I spent the day talking, laughing about funny YouTube videos, lamenting workload, going out to lunch. In my first few weeks freelancing, I experienced this overwhelming sadness, and it took me some time to figure out what was causing it - simple, plain old loneliness. It helps to have the dog and cat around, I suppose. Unfortunately they really only want to talk about food and going out for a walk ;)

    All that said though… I don’t think I could ever go back to a 9-5 job, having tasted freedom! It’s exciting and I’m up for the challenge. I hope. Ask me again in 6 months!

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  10. Nicole + Rob | 2013

    Nicole + Rob | 2013

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