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  • Ann-Margret and Jon Voight for the New York Times

    Culver City, CA

  • booooooom:

    “All Summer in a Day” is a series by photographer Elizabeth Weinberg, loosely based on the Ray Bradbury short story of the same name. Imagine a future on a planet where the sun comes out for only two hours every seven years, and a dark and steady rain falls the rest of the time. For the first time since they were too young to remember, a group of school children experience the majesty of a sunny day for a brief period before it all goes dark again.

    See more photos from the series here.

    The best thing about photography is when a vision comes to life perfectly and it resonates with others.

  • I shot Terry Notary, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes ape-movement (!) coach, for the Telegraph. Dude can quadruped like no one else, literally.

    Read the full story here.

  • “All Summer in a Day” is loosely based on the Ray Bradbury short story of the same name.  Imagine a future on a planet where the sun comes out for only two hours every seven years, and a steady rain falls the rest of the time.  For the first time since they were too young to remember, a group of schoolchildren experience the majesty of a sunny day for a brief period before it all goes dark again.  

    Stylist: Djuna Bel / Grooming: Sandy Ganzer / Producer: Nik Atkins / Assistant: Michelle Newman

  • “All Summer in a Day” is loosely based on the Ray Bradbury short story of the same name.  Imagine a future on a planet where the sun comes out for only two hours every seven years, and a steady rain falls the rest of the time.  For the first time since they were too young to remember, a group of schoolchildren experience the majesty of a sunny day for a brief period before it all goes dark again.  

    Stylist: Djuna Bel / Grooming: Sandy Ganzer / Producer: Nik Atkins / Assistant: Michelle Newman

  • From a shoot for Tokion that never ran

    Upstate New York

    July 2010

  • From a shoot for Tokion that never ran

    Upstate New York

    July 2010

  • I hung out with the lifeguards of  Zuma Beach last summer for the current issue of Sunset Magazine, on stands now.

  • Charles Bradley 

    Outtake from our “Victim of Love” album cover shoot in my old backyard in Brooklyn

    October 2012

    Shot on Kodak Portra

  • I shot The Cinefamily, co-founder Hadrian Belove, and some of the theater’s employees for Monocle Issue 75 (July/August), out now!

    One of the best spots in Los Angeles.

  • i’m a couple months late to this but i am 2 songs in and this is my favorite record of 2014

  • Really happy with this custom indigo banner I made for a little explorer (and future friend of my son) entering the world very soon. Hand-drawn design in cassava root paste resist and dyed in indigo. Instagram: @eliz / Etsy shop: EarnestDryGoods

  • Daniel Beaty for the New York Times

    Compton, CA

    April 2014