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NYPD loves its fans – especially when they’re 7 years old

Posted by on Oct 24, 2012 in Luxury Lifestyle, New York City, Photography, Travel Log |

Guest contribution from the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, New York city The Chief Concierge at the Mandarin Oriental doesn’t miss much In a past visit of a first-time guest, a couple arrived with their 7 year old son in tow. Time Warner towers, home of New York City’s Mandarin Oriental Hotel at Central Park The parents approached the Concierge desk for assistance when the Chef Concierge, Kenneth Abisror, noticed that the son was wearing a child’s costume to resemble the uniform of a...

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David Hostetler unveiling IKON in Midtown Manhattan

Posted by on Oct 16, 2012 in New York City, NYC event | 1 comment

In a quirky twist of coincidental lives, I get to be part of David Hostetler unveiling IKON in Midtown Manhattan. Congratulations, David! I’m thrilled to be so close to your latest creation. I’ll see it every single day and I’ll think of you every time I walk by. David Hostetler unveiling IKON in Midtown Manhattan The unveiling will take place tomorrow, October 17, 2012 at 5:30PM in the public space maintained by The Sheffield, 322 W 57th Street. This is located between 8th & 9th...

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Great idea for a romantic evening: the Four Seasons Hotel Concierge serves up love & luxury

Posted by on Oct 12, 2012 in Luxury Lifestyle, New York City, What is luxury |

New Yorkers move at a pretty good clip. Visitors and residents alike have a lot to do and see. Out of time to plan the perfect, romantic night? What do you do when time has run out to plan an impressive, romantic evening? You whip out the cell phone and make arrangements to stay at New York City’s lovely Four Seasons Hotel. And you make sure the passionate and driven Randy Ross, Concierge, is on duty. When you’ve run out of time to plan an anniversary, birthday or heaven forbid,...

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Discover Columbus: Christopher up close and personal

Posted by on Oct 2, 2012 in New York City | 1 comment

I visited the Public Art Fund project atop Columbus Circle yesterday. After waiting a good half hour past my ticket entry time, I got my ten minutes with the statue up close and personal. It’s a strange idea, but it’s interesting. You pretty much never get to reach out to touch a statue that looms high over head, so the idea of seeing this piece of stone at eye level is startling. And the view outside ain’t...

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Sinovision TV films me doing a dog shoot

Posted by on Sep 25, 2012 in Animal photography, Dog photography, New York City |

Koren Reyes is on TV Koren Reyes is on TV again! Yes, Sinovision did a whole segment on New Yorkers and their pets. What segment could be complete without a professional dog shoot? Watch this to learn a little more about me! New Yorkers are crazy about their pets I am one of those New Yorkers who is completely smitten and super, crazy madly in love with one little furry creature: my dog, Charlie. I’ve never had a pet before, well, not on my own, and I never knew I could love anything the...

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