Shannon Sturgis photography

Meatopia 2010

Posted in Event, Food by shannonsturgis on July 14, 2010

Meatopia event on Governors Island Sunday, June 11.

Chef Chris Hart of I-Que BBQ.

Whole Charcoal Roasted Lamb Shawarma as prepared by Chef Philippe Massoud of Ilili Restaurant.

Seamus Mullen (pink shirt) of Boqueria with his team and a roasting lamb.

Friends at the Mermaid Parade/ Coney Island

Posted in Curious, Event by shannonsturgis on July 9, 2010

The beach after Coney Island’s Mermaid Parade, June 19th.

5th Avenue Fair in Park Slope/ May 16.

Posted in Event, Food, Moment by shannonsturgis on May 28, 2010

Sunday May 16, 5th Avenue in Park Slope closed down from Sterling Place to 12th Street.  The vehicle-free avenue filled with food vendors, craftsmen, music, neighbors, dogs, carnival games and beer stands.  Side streets were littered with stoop sales and people looking for shade and room to breathe.  I was playing with my new 35 mm.

Brooklyn Uncorked.

Posted in Event, Food by shannonsturgis on May 12, 2010

I had the joy and privilege of shooting Brooklyn Uncorked last week for Edible Brooklyn.  The event was in my neighborhood, I got to try delicious treats from restaurants all over the city and I sampled a wide variety of locally-made wines.  Win-win-win.  They posted a few of my photos on their blog. As you can see, there was quite a turn-out.

More photos to come.

Kids at Wedding Reception.

Posted in Event, Moment, Portrait by shannonsturgis on May 3, 2010

I was Tim Ryan Smith’s second shooter at a wedding last weekend in Boston.  These are a couple of my favorite shots from the reception.

Earth Day/ Woolly Pocket Wall/ Union Square.

Posted in Event by shannonsturgis on April 26, 2010

On Earth Day, April 22, I participated in a live-wall build with Woolly Pocket.  Here’s the promo blurb with all sorts of informative links from the Woolly Pocket Blog:

Celebrate Earth Day with Woolly Pocket at Union Square in New York! We’re planting a spectacular living wall (our largest ever!) made with 400 Wallys filled with edible plants and lush native species. The forty foot long Woolly wall will be on view until Sunday April 25th, when New York Restoration Project will host the NYC Grows Festival to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Earth Day!