June 3, 2013

All the World’s a Yoga Studio (Especially Grand Central Station).

Today, a guy showed up in a suit to a shoot.

What more is there to say other than his name is Trace and he was obsessed with arm balances. I don’t know who he really is. I saw a CEO with a badass practice. We never got to talking much about our stories but stories were definitely told.




As we were working, another yogi stopped to watch. I asked her if she’d like to do a pose as well. Turns out, she owns a yoga studio in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Her name is Jennifer and she offered the lens and New York City’s Grand Central Station an exquisite scorpion.



All the World’s a Yoga Studio. I’ll see you out there…



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Jade Sep 23, 2013 11:30am

I met Trace in passing over the weekend. He is quite a talented (and charming!) man. Congrats, Robert Sturman, on these fantastic photos.

JoTheo Jun 4, 2013 7:24am

Jennifer's one of my besties! Lucky girl to have been in the right place at the right time. Beautiful photos.

mamastenyc Jun 4, 2013 7:00am

Fantastic composition. You do seem to find yoga wherever you go. ~Mamaste

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