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An overview of my NY experience

It's been almost a year since I lived in New York and I've had a lot of time to think back and remember all the great things about my trip.

I've written somethings down, a few things that didn't make it into the blog, but that I believe were some of the most important parts of my journey. I named them

Things I want to remember about NY:

-Being home sick for weeks
-Missing Blake every day of my three months there
-The hundreds of phone calls to and from my mom to get me through it all
-Watching all 4 seasons of Lost on my lonely nights in bed
-Riding the subway
-Listening to music
-Friends that came to visit:
Jess E
Dan D'Angelo
The Parsons Family
-Dragging equipment up and down Chris Bucks apartment building
-Dragging equipment up and down subway stations to do my own photo shoot
-Checking in to the front desk on my first day with Chris
-My first job he gave me, buying paper towels
-Dunkin Donuts
-Visits with Josh
-Watching airplanes fly over our apartment building ever few seconds
-The flight to New York, sleeping the whole time so I didn't have to feel sad
-My first sight of the city from the plane, it was like nothing I've ever seen
-My flight back home, and seeing Blake again

I also wanted to compile a series of Chris Bucks photos that I helped with. These are not all of the photo shoots that I was on, but all that I could find.


My first photo shoot with Chris:


The CEO of a yoga company Lululemon.

A studio shoot with Julie Hagerty


Weird Al shoot in Penn. for Wired


Top Chef winner Stephanie Izard for Food & Wine


Olympic Runners for Runners World


John Hodgeman for GQ



Tuna Lady (this was one of my favorite photo shoots-such good lighting)

(All photos by Chris Buck)

Thanks again for reading! This is the last entry of my New York internship. I had a great time!

Posted by jesdaw 11:14 Archived in USA Tagged business_travel

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