16-08-15 WPC: Fun (Hudson River Edition)

RSJohnson_1608141608149938Last night we took a sunset journey down the Hudson to the Statue of Liberty aboard the Schooner America 2.0 run by Classic Harbor Line. Some thunder, a little rain and a great deal cooler than the 94 degrees (heat index 107) that it was on shore.

Fun? Indeed it was.


16-07-22 People Have The Power

We went Wednesday night to Lincoln Center Out Of Doors. (A great free summer series in NYC during late July and early August.)

The opening act was a terrific all female Mariachi band, Mariachi Flor De Toloache.


The headliner was an artist, writer, singer, rock n’ roller, uniquely associated with NYC and Robert Mapplethorpe. Patti Smith came out and blew the roof off (metaphorically.) She is still powerful, still political, now rocking a kind of Cousin It look at times.  She had the crowd up and dancing from the get-go.




16-07-18 Natural Light Part 2

Tonight allow me to introduce you to Emma Lesser.  She is a gender studies major at Sarah Lawrence and an aspiring burlesque dancer…She is new to modeling. I very much enjoyed working with her at the Andrew French Daylight Studio Workshop.RSJohnson_1607107921-2


16-07-14 Natural Light

I took a Natural Light workshop last week taught by Andrew French. I had the opportunity to work with several of my favorite models as well as some folks new to me.  Today I am featuring Brittany Sanders in a featurette I think I’ll call American Woman


16-07-06 WPC Opposites

If you have spent anytime around the QH you know this is my favorite subject…
“The Little Red Lighthouse and The Great Gray Bridge” It is a wonderful book

And how more opposite could they be? Then add in the large ship and small boat…?


16-07-05 Opening Thursday

I am very pleased to say that on Thursday I (along with 20 talented photographers) will be a part of the B&H Event Space Portfolio show opening at Soho Photo Gallery. The opening is from 6p-8p and the show runs until July 23rd.

The image the gallery chose is “After The Harvest.”


If you are in the tristate area come on by whether to the opening or anytime before July 23rd just to see all the great work in the gallery (open Wednesday to Sunday 1pm-6pm).