These photos were made in the last six months on two separate assignments for New York Magazine’s The Cut. One story documents the book launch for writer, activist, and sex-worker legend Rachel Rabbit White’s first collection of poetry, Porn Carnival. The reading took place in a Brooklyn club and then traveled to her apartment in Williamsburg for the afterparty. Rachel’s fans and friends dressed the part, and the glitter-meets-literary vibe offset by the dancing pole in the center of her living room made for a super playful and debaucherous scene. The second assignment was photographing male strippers at Sapphire NYC,...
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