NYC Real Disney Princesses Slate Portraits of Working Disney Princesses New York City NYC Portrait Photography Mamiya RZ67
NYC Real Disney Princesses Slate Portraits of Working Disney Princesses New York City NYC Portrait Photography Mamiya RZ67
Refinery29 Real Life Disney Princesses Portrait Ordinary Woman Impersonates Works Disney Princess Belle Yellow Dress Empty Parking Garage Rooftop Downtown Church Steeple New Jersey
Refinery29 Real Life Disney Princess. Portrait Ordinary Woman Impersonates Works Disney Princess. Belle Yellow Dress Empty Parking Garage Rooftop Downtown Church Steeple New Jersey
Refinery29 Real Life Disney Princesses Portrait Ordinary Woman Impersonates Works Disney Princess Cinderella East River Sunken Steamboat Binghamton Ferry New Jersey
Refinery29 Real Life Disney Princess. Portrait Ordinary Woman Impersonates Works Disney Princess. Cinderella East River Sunken Steamboat Binghamton Ferry New Jersey
Refinery29 Feature Real Life Disney Princesses Portrait Ordinary Woman Works Impersonates Disney Princess Jasmine sitting on steps to Jacuzzi Hot Tub New Jersey
Refinery29 Feature Real Life Disney Princesses. Portrait Ordinary Woman Works Impersonates Disney Princess. Jasmine sitting on steps to Jacuzzi Hot Tub New Jersey
Refinery29 Real Life Disney Princesses Portrait Ordinary Woman Impersonates Works Disney Princess Ariel Little Mermaid Red Head Bryant Park Midtown NYC
Refinery29 Real Life Disney Princess. Portrait Ordinary Woman Impersonates Works Disney Princess. Ariel Little Mermaid Red Head Bryant Park Midtown NYC

Earlier this year, I photographed Disney princesses for a Refinery29 story on women who work as professional Disney princess impersonators. I photographed five women, all who work, at least in part, as a Disney princess for their livelihood. Slate Magazine’s Behold blog recently interviewed me about the experience of shooting this series of portraits, which were shot in the dead of winter!

I contacted Slate’s Jordan Teicher to see if he’d be interesting in writing a piece about it. Lo and behold, he was! Read more on Slate’s Behold Blog here.