Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Elizabeth Fraser Photography

Hi all!  I haven't posted on this blog in AGES but wanted to update that you can see my latest photography and projects over on my official website: www.elizabethfraserphoto.com  

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Shooting with Don Wildman from Offlimits

Hello my friends,

Been a bit busy, but enough about that. Wanted to let you know new Travel Channel photography is coming out soon! I got the great opportunity to do a second shoot with the wonder Don Wildman from out show called Offlimits (premieres soon ::wink::). We shot at this AMAZING location on Long Island City called The Foundry and I instantly fell in love with it (as did Don and I with their insanely cute "guard dog", sadly not pictures). The dog made us go over our shoot time, but I think it was worth it. Still waiting on Don't approval from the images, but I wanted to give you a "sneak peek" of what's to come!

ps - funniest guy ever.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Sand Masters

Photographed our newest show, Sand Masters, last week for Fleet Week. We built a giant sand castle in the middle of Times Square!!

Love these guys :)

All images copyrighted to Elizabeth Fraser

Friday, April 22, 2011

Tartan Day - NYC

I was so excited to stumble upon Tartan Day two weekends ago! So much Scottish pride here :)

Friday, March 25, 2011

First Post in a Year!

Ciao interwebs! Can't believe its been so long, and that so many of you have stuck around. Thanks for all the notes! I have a new goal to update Tyranny every other day at the very least. To start it out, please view this AMAZING video on night photography. Enjoy!

Night Photography: Finding your way in the dark from Mark & Angela Walley on Vimeo.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

The Defibulators

Hi folks!! Haven't updated in months, but I saw this band at Union Hall last night and needed to share.

The Defibulators - "Say Say Say" from BoB Coon on Vimeo.

Beautiful acoustic sessions and even harder, foot-stopping fun in person.


Friday, March 12, 2010

Off to Austin & SxSW

On my last day in NYC before heading to Austin, I was sent the following video, which reminds me of how tiny we all are in this huge city.

The Sandpit from Sam O'Hare on Vimeo.

It's beautiful and amusing, with all of its tilt-shift fun. Reminds me of a Richard Scary Book, where you get to look into a factory of how bread is made :)

I love this city and continually get a warm, fuzzy feeling inside of me whenever I think of Brooklyn and my home, but I'm excited to get away for a few days.

I mean, it's SxSW! Who wouldn't be excited?! :)