Alexus Lee

6:36 PM

Last Sunday, I traveled to Boston and had a great shoot with an old high school friend and Berklee College of Music sophomore, Alexus Lee. We had brunch at this noisy little bookstore/cafe on Newbury Street and sat next to a guy with tentacle tattoos. It was warm and we chatted for a while about her upcoming debut EP and the direction she wanted to take her music career. We discovered how to take the screens off her window to get to the fourth floor fire escape so I put on my big girl pants and climbed onto the rusty thing like it was no big deal. I dearly missed my sense of adventure.

It was wonderful and refreshing to keep up with her and produce something we both felt confident in. That's the great thing about working with other artists: the chemistry is usually very noticeable. The mix of medias, between music and photo, created a reaction that I've never quite experienced before. We were both spent by the end of the day. I got home, full and satiated, and collapsed on my bed.

I'm hoping this is the start to something new.











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