This week’s Wandering Wednesday features photos of sunsets, friends, and of course city architecture. Starting back with my look up series! Stay tuned for a new page featuring some of my favorites later this month.
PS- Thanks goes out to Kendra for willingly going along with the “photo shoot.”
PPS- So happy to see Emily, after almost 4 years, in Queens a few weeks ago.
Sunset on 42nd street.
I live here…
Empire State Building
Another view of the city from the East River.
Spending time with Emily at Shakespeare in A Park
Manhattan skyline from Queens at sunset.
One more shot from the park in Queens.
Got to see Misty Copeland debut as Juliet with ABT at the Metropolitan Opera House with Alicia.
My model for the day while wandering in SoHo. Thanks Kendra!
Cheesin’ in SoHo.
“What if i fall? Oh, but what if you fly?”
Model posing on the street.
Street art in SoHo.
Look up: Columbus Circle subway station.
Look up: The clouds just swim along the surface of the windows at the Time Warner Building.
Writing to you from my plum seats at the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center, getting ready to watch Alvin Ailey perform the classic Revelations, as well as, a world premiere piece by choreographer Robert Moses! Thanks to student rush, I get to view the performance from a great orchestra seat. The summer of culture and me-time rages on! 😉
This has been a great week for me here in NYC, filled with numerous auditions (where I kicked butt in the room), an unplanned trip to Lincoln Center (to watch ABT’s performance of “La Bayadere” in the Grand Tier), building up my actor karma selling SdV Designs in Park Slope and Washington Square over the Memorial Day weekend, and celebrating Lauren’s new job at BLVD Bistro in Harlem!
Our brunch locale last Saturday!
Lady of the hour, PR Queen-to-be Lauren
Some of Saskia’s gorgeous designs!
So colorful, definitely candy for the eye.
Lincoln Center Fountain
Pretty stoked, waiting for my date to the performance.
Intermission view of the square from the balcony.
Avery Fischer Hall.
As another month ends, and my 25th birthday approaches this week has definitely been a great “swan song” for 24! Auditioning for theatre companies and short films, rehearsing one of Shakespeare’s best while building camaraderie with my cast members, reconnecting with Saskia and Scott helping them with their business in any way I am able, and finally coming full circle with the opportunity to perform at Stella by Starlight, my acting studio’s annual fundraising gala where they will be honoring Rosie Perez, among others. Hope I don’t get too star struck. 😉
This weekend will be filled with hellos and goodbyes. As I get a chance to hang with Jassmine and Derrick (from Philly) who are in the city Saturday, and saying goodbye to Cynthia as she prepares to “Flee the City” for her year abroad. Also a new roommate has moved in over here at the apartment and can’t wait to get to know her as the months progress.
Have a great weekend all! And happy greetings to the month of JUNE!!!
Standing on my astrological sign at the Library of Congress.
It’s Wednesday! So you know what that means, another edition of Wandering Wednesday! This week’s photos come from the Metropolitan Opera at Lincoln Center, Washington Square Park, Sixth Avenue, Columbus Circle, Cherry Walk at the Hudson River, and Bryant Park. Enjoy 🙂
For some strange reason May has been off to a rocky and somewhat shocking start. As I try and fit the pieces together I realized that I have been slacking in my blog post duties. So as I get my feet back on the ground and figure out what to make of this precursor to summer (and my birthday), I thought I would post a few pics from the past few weeks. Included below are photos from my work as a background extra for “New Heights”, a new web series created by my college friend Jenna, photos from the set of “Unforgettable,” my recent visit to the Met Opera at Lincoln Center with Morgan, and fun times with the “Ivanov” crew and my cousin Lauren.
I will be back to my in-depth top-of-the-month prep in the morning, but until then I hope these photos will suffice 🙂