These are efforts to find my aesthetic.
All photographs by Eunice Choi, unless stated otherwise.
Let the kids have their fun.
Smith and Mills, in Tribeca.
Around the corner from where I work, this is another beautiful space with great food and great drinks. I like the Nathaniel Moore - you tell the bartender what your favorite spirit is, and he’ll whip up an off-menu, custom cocktail for you. In the summer, I enjoyed a gin and cucumber drink, garnished with sea salt and black pepper.
They also have one of the coolest bathrooms in New York City. You’ll know what I mean when you see it.
Wednesday is my weekend.
"I had no idea that it was a light-sensitive, fragile thing. It just didn’t occur to me. And that was it – that there was this two part process: this act of looking and observing, and then this technical part, this magic that you couldn’t fully understand or control but you could potentially harness. And that’s what I love about it still – it’s looking and it’s harnessing technology. It’s recording sight, recording what the world looks like. "
New York beauty.
October is over, and so officially begins the holiday season.
Everything wonderful about fall - briskness of air, coziness of the indoors, tight-knit communities - is only about to intensify this coming month.
I welcome it with open, wool-clad arms.
I truly, truly adore the sheets that I am sleeping in these days.