Travel: Land of Enchantment

March 08, 2017  •  1 Comment
My brother Josh and I are close and even though he lives in New York City and I live in Vermont we see each other often. Starting in 2013 we began a tradition we call Brother's Weekend. We pick a place we haven't been to or haven't had a chance to properly explore and head out for two or three days of brother time. Past trips include Washington D.C...
Read the Full Post »

Create 28

February 28, 2017  •  1 Comment
February is usually my least favorite month. I'm about ready for winter to be over, but spring is still a long ways away. It is often my slowest month business wise too and often I'll feel like I'm in a creative rut. To try and change that I decided this would be a great month to do a personal project. The idea was simple; do 28 creative portraits...
Read the Full Post »

Year In Review: 2016

December 31, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
With over 150 jobs this year ranging from newspaper assignments, weddings, portraits, institutional, and commercial work, plus a handful of personal work the year was a bit of blur. Trying to narrow down over 25,000 delivered images wasn't an easy task and if I had to do it again I might come up with a completely different set. At any rate a big th...
Read the Full Post »

Senior Portraits (2016)

October 18, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I like doing all kinds of portraits - families, couples, for commercial purposes, but I think my favorite is individual portraits. The thing is that outside of projects (some paid, some personal), I don't often get the chance to do an individual session. I think it is because it perhaps seems weird or vain to hire a photographer to take your pictur...
Read the Full Post »

Travel: Walking Philadelphia

September 13, 2016  •  1 Comment
Three plus days mainly on my own with almost no responsibility?! This is unfamiliar territory to me, well at least it has been awhile as a I have been scheduling my work around taking care of my daughter for the last five years and when I've traveled she usually comes along. This fall she started full-day kindergarten though and was ready for an ex...
Read the Full Post »

July & August 2016

September 02, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
July and August provided a diverse set of photographic opportunities including assignment coverage, family portraits, and weddings. Here a few images from the past two months. Shooting for the Herald of Randolph I covered the 4th of July fireworks and parade in Randolph, a 4-H dairy clinic at the Tunbridge Fair Grounds, Lieutenant governor candida...
Read the Full Post »

Travel: Streets of London

July 17, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
With a population of over 8.5 million (13 million plus metro) London, England is delight for street photography, nearly on par with New York City. The constant flow of people on any given street most of the day meant that even though I was there on a family vacation, there was ample opportunity to capture some of the street scenes. There are a few...
Read the Full Post »

June 2016

July 02, 2016  •  2 Comments
I am often asked what I kind of a photographer I am - A photojournalist? Yes. A wedding photographer? Yup. Commercial photographer? Yeah. Portrait photographer? Definitely. Event photographer? Sure. Street photographer? When I can. You get the point. It is easiest and most accurate to just call myself a photographer because I could be photographing...
Read the Full Post »

Weddings 2015: My Favorites

January 06, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
This post is has been a long time in the making. I shot 11 weddings in 2015 resulting in nearly 10,000 finished images and that is a lot to go through to narrow down to one blog post. I narrowed it down to 600, then 300, then 200...you get the idea. Finally I gave up on making a very complete look at my wedding season (that'd be just too long) or a...
Read the Full Post »

Senior Portraits (2015)

December 06, 2015  •  Leave a Comment
In this calendar year I've taken eight senior portraits and came away impressed by these young people (does saying young people make me sound old?). While this group is trying to figure out exactly what their next step will be, they seem to be ahead of the curve in knowing who they want to be and how they want to live their lives. It has been 19 ye...
Read the Full Post »
Archive
January February March April (2) May June July August (2) September October November December (2)
January (1) February March April May June July (2) August September (2) October (1) November December (1)
January February (1) March (1) April May June July August September October November December