boston-based photographer and writer
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For the past four months I’ve been interning at ALANGOO, an e-commerce platform for Middle Eastern and Central Asian designers. To bridge the gap between American DIY culture and the handmade, one-of-a-kind products featured on ALANGOO, I decided to shoot at one of Boston’s longstanding DIY venues, the Butcher Shoppe. Shout outs to Ellie and Mary for being great models. Thanks to The Butcher Shoppe crew for letting us shoot in your basement :) Styling and Make-up by Golshid Mola, photos ©Adrienne Deeble.
I wrote about Persian by way of Germany (by way of NYC) designer hamansutra and his incredible shoes.
I’m editing photos for the ALANGOO lookbook all night. Special thanks to Ellie and Mary for being inceedible models! Check back here or the ALANGOO blog for updates..
A photo of Khury from this summer.
a couple photos from this summer… before my analog jammed (again).
I finished uploading pictures of my dad at his friend’s garage. Go look.
“Today is my birthday of coming to this country.”
“I came here November 8th, 1963!”
For some reason the photos from my Mozdeh Matin Shah post were changed (I swear this was my featured image when I originally posted it and I never used Wordpress slideshows before so I’m chalking it up to internet devilry). Anyway go check out her Yma Sumac-inspired collection for real this time.
FUNERAL CONE AKA CROWD PLEASERS
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