Such beautiful metaphors these creatures are. “It is really strange that the four generations of these butterflies are constituted by 4 separate butterflies that complete 4 different lives/phases in just one year. After this, they restart the same cycle, commencing with the primary stage of the first generation. The fourth generation of the Monarch butterflies are the only ones that migrate, as, sadly, the butterflies of the first three generations hardly survive beyond 6 weeks of emerging from their pupas.” (Via

“One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.” – W. Shakespeare

A few bts from a recent catalog shoot…

Crew Carousel, Boston.

A couple shots from an editorial / photo essay assignment I’ve been working on the past week. Featuring folks from the Franklin Oyster House.

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Degree Women – BTS – Part 1

A little bts of a shoot with Degree Women in Brooklyn recently. Edited by m’fave Robert Lucente / Camera Operator – m’fave also Lewis Smithingham

Degree Shoot – Behind the Scenes from Sara Forrest on Vimeo.

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As the crow flies…

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Happy September!

Loved hanging with these two today in LA. Jerry is a writer/director and his daughter Chayse is an all around awesome little lady.

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Road Trippin’ along the Central Coast

livin on the edge (of hwy 1)

this kelp was like 20 feet long

hey you guys….got any snax?

friendliest folks around…

dinner light. after this iphone snap I dropped an oyster on my shoe.

  1. 1.
    a thick cloud of tiny water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth’s surface that obscures or restricts visibility (to a greater extent than mist; strictly, reducing visibility to below 1 km).

fellow whale watcher



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