New Feature in Rangefinder Magazine - End of Innocence

I am thrilled to share the brand new feature in this month's Rangefinder Magazine titled, "End of Innocence." The five-page story written by Sarah Kinbar follows our work documenting "coming of age" milestones. During the interview with Rangefinder, I was able to tell my perspective capturing the amazing Bar and Bat Mitzvahs here in New York City. Additionally, Los Angeles photographer, Stacey Adams discusses what it's like to photograph sweet 16's and Arizona photographer David De Dios tell their unique story photographing Quinceaneras, a Latin-American ceremonial tradition honoring 15-year old girls' coming of age. It's a great story, please read it here, enjoy! I'm also thrilled to be in the same issue as one of my inspirations - Cliff Mautner - he is the cover story in this month's wedding issue. Thank you Rangefinder!

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Rangefinder Magazine March 2013 cover and End of Innocence faature with photos by top New York Photographer Michael Jurick

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