Conde Nast Traveler, January '18

Happy new year! New York is being hit by a major snowstorm today, and these photos are reminding me of warmer times. Really warm times actually, because I shot them in New Orleans during a hot and humid week in October. Conde Nast Traveler sent me down south to shoot their Black Book section, which comes out in the magazine periodically.

Some of my favorite shots, below:

  The exterior of StudioBE; colorful Marigny Bywater housefronts    

The exterior of StudioBE; colorful Marigny Bywater housefronts

 

  The Eisai spritz, a matcha cocktail served at Seaworthy; a French Quarter balcony    

The Eisai spritz, a matcha cocktail served at Seaworthy; a French Quarter balcony

 

  A visitor at New Orleans Museum of Art; Colby Hebert, a Cajun hatmaker, whose shop is on Magazine Street    

A visitor at New Orleans Museum of Art; Colby Hebert, a Cajun hatmaker, whose shop is on Magazine Street

 

  Dallas, a bartender at Galatoire's, making me a drink    

Dallas, a bartender at Galatoire's, making me a drink

 

  City Park in New Orleans is larger than NYC's Central Park; a waiter at Seaworthy    

City Park in New Orleans is larger than NYC's Central Park; a waiter at Seaworthy

 

  Spanish moss and live oak    

Spanish moss and live oak

 

  A waiter at Galatoire's; a meal spread at Bacchanal, a wine bar in the Bywater neighborhood    

A waiter at Galatoire's; a meal spread at Bacchanal, a wine bar in the Bywater neighborhood

 

  Preservation Hall Jazz Band

Preservation Hall Jazz Band