Tag : david giordano

Hurricane Sandy: Staten Island Clean Up

I went back to Mount Loretta today to drop off more clothes and toiletries and couldn’t believe how many cars were outside and the amount of people inside. I guess word got out and more people wanted to help. I just went in to drop everything off and headed straight to Fox Beach because last night I was in contact with someone that said that neighborhood could really use the help. I walked up to the house and introduced my […]

Hurricane Sandy: Staten Island

There is so much to say but this is one moment in my life that I feel like a picture is worth a thousand words. Please visit my other post here on how you can help.

Hurricane Sandy: Staten Island Needs Help!

  It’s been a rough week but residents of Staten Island need all the help we can get. I helped out today at Mount Loretto. Look at all the clothes that were donated today. I thought we’d never sort it all. There is still much more to be done over there. Please come by and help. They close at night so come during the am, early pm hours to help. I talked to someone after and they said they are […]

Dave Giordano 2011 Year End Photography Journey

2011 Year End Photography Journey by photographer Dave Giordano, Takes you on a visual journey through the eyes of a photographer.

October Snow

Yesterday we experienced something that rarely happens. Snow on a October day. I was shocked to open my window and see so much snow. I knew there was a chance I’d never get to shoot a snow fall again in the month of October so I jumped at the chance. Here are some of the photos from my adventure around Staten Island, NY.

Engagement Shoot 9-19-11

I’m very excited to share these new photos with you all. They were shot just yesterday. I had the idea all in my head on exactly how the should would be but as with anything, nothing ever goes as planned. The weather was not so great for most of the day. It would be sunny one second and dark the next. On the way into the shoot it looked like we were riding into a storm but as we got […]