My first trip to IsrealRead More
When I first entered the home of Dr. Charles Quarles in Forest City, NC it was rather unassuming. From the outside it was just another ordinary ranch style home on a long suburban street. The first floor was carefully decorated with antique furniture, landscape paintings are hung on the wall and I could hear I Love Lucy playing on the TV in the kitchen. Then Mr. Quarles invited me downstairs and things quickly become out of the ordinary.Read More
I met George as he was working on horses in a barn near my where my parents live in North Salem NY.Read More
Metaphorically, the tables were set months ago as chef John Fleer began to dream up what would become A Seat at the Table. This inaugural event was held on the evening of May 9 at Fleer’s The Rhu and Rhubarb. The event was invite-only and sold out weeks in advance.
Photos by Jack Sorokin & Story by Brook van der LindeRead More
This past month I shot a story for the Mountain Xpress Newspaper on the racial achievement gap in Asheville, NC pubic schools.Read More
Habitat Brewing in Asheville, NC for the Mountain Xpress NewspaperRead More
Inkwell Press is an Asheville, NC based company that creates beautiful organizational products to help its customers feel empowered, prepared, and successful. I worked with Inkwell Press back in the summer of 2016 to produce a commercial video for their product release at the time (video below). Reccently they hired me again to shoot portraiture for their latest project a podcast called "Productivity Paradox".Read More
Leslie and Mondo came down to Asheville from Baltimore for a weekend vacation and while here hired me for a little portrait session downtown.Read More
This past winter I had the opportunity to photograph the music duo Chargaux in Brooklyn, New York for Refinery29. Today I was so excited to see my images used on Refinery's website as they released the first part of their Sound Off video series. A big thank you to Refinery29, Chargaux and especially Julia Pitch for making this shoot happen.
Yesterday I drove the 1150 miles from Austin, TX to Asheville, NC. Today I am sitting on my friend Ben's porch in Asheville, journaling and working on my laptop as a midday rainstorm coming rolling through the Blue Ridge Mountains. I'll be here for the next week, and already I don't want to leave.