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— Mademoiselle Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel



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In my shoes
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styletracker-na:

Street style
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wmagazine:

Italian romance. 
Photograph by Adam Katz Sinding. 
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Cheers cos today is #LittleFriday - a Great Dane once told me (at Stitch Bar)
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Dream home
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nythroughthelens:

Big Announcement: I am working on a book of New York City photography!
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I am very excited to announce that I am officially in the midst of putting together a table-top book of my photography paired with my writing. It will be available for sale during the later part of 2014.
In the autumn, I was fortunate enough to have been asked to give a presentation during all 3 days of PhotoPlus Expo on the Sony stage as well as speak on an incredible panel about disruptive technology, new media, and the changing face of photography distribution. You can read about my presentation and panel here if you are curious: Vivienne Gucwa at PhotoPlus Expo.
After I finished giving my very first presentation, I was approached by a representative from publishing firm who had listened to me speak. They were moved by my presentation and wanted to know if I had ever entertained the idea of publishing a book of my photography and asked to meet with me formally. If you know me well, you know how skeptical and guarded I am when it comes to many things having to do with the business of photography. However, we did indeed have a (stellar) meeting later that weekend and it also just happened to be the real deal.
I held off announcing this formally until now because I wanted to announce the news only when I was knee-deep in the process of writing the book. A book has always been a goal but I was unhappy with the self-publishing model for a variety of reasons. So, I am grateful to have a great publishing firm to work with on this venture.
It’s a bit humbling and surreal to think about everything that is happening or about to happen. I am extremely thankful for all of the opportunities I have been granted. I just updated my news section here on the site with information about my upcoming Paris trip and subsequent gallery showing as well as an online workshop that is in early planning stages.
I will be keeping the news section as up to date as I can since I have a few other projects and announcements that are in the works or that I won’t be able to announce until later. Here is my news section:
Vivienne Gucwa Photography News
I decided this was one of the best images of mine to pair with this particular announcement. I took this photo in Central Park back in 2011 when I was still very new to the world of photography. It has become one of my most popular images and as such it has opened up many doors for me over the years.
I look at this image and I can remember exactly how I felt climbing through the snow in Central Park during that blizzard to create the photos I knew I wanted to create on that day. It was an electrifying and empowering feeling to shoot with determination, purpose, and vision.
I still get that feeling when I take photos. I hope that feeling never subsides.
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Some links of interest:
My online photography portfolio:
Photography by Vivienne Gucwa
My updated About Page:
About Vivienne Gucwa
More New York City Winter photos with snow:
New York City: Snow
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View: “New York Winter - Central Park Snow” in my photography portfolio, My Gear List, My Travel Blog, On G+,email me, or ask for help.
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iamcaradelevingne:

@mulberry_editor coming soon #lfwexclusive
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Oh Dior
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Givenchy Haute Couture Autumn/Winter 2011
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outfitmadestyle:

Wool Panel Trench Coat (available at Outfit Made)
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vogue:

A folk-art influence seen backstage at Burberry Prorsum’s Fall 2014 runway show.Photographed by Sonny VandeveldeSee the entire collection, read the review, and more on Vogue.com.
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flashstreet:

street style ✖ modern, following back all similar :)
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oscarprgirl:

connect the dots. fall 2014.
photo by james nord.

I get can’t get over how much I love this dress
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glowstruck:

tell ‘em Tom.