My wife Jen is an avid outdoors enthusiast. One of her ideas of fun is six soggy days camping on an island; another seems to be hiking on days when the wind turns the exposed skin on your face shades of red. I like old movies – in shades of black and white. We both … Continue reading Know some woods
On a recent drive with the missus, upon arriving at the first stop sign I leaned over to my wife and asked ‘which way should we go?’ There are two main ways to get to where we were headed. Both paths have been taken many times but one is a little quicker. “Why don’t we … Continue reading Rust & Dust
Abandoned America is fascinating and inspirational for those drawn to images of decay and the power of nature
The initial contact for the shoot was an inquiry for a large group photo. Turns out, it was a sort of family reunion and 60th birthday, and the client and I agreed when you’ve got that many family members in one place – better to set up more than just a single group photo. I … Continue reading Woa! That’s a lotta Smiles!
Last week I drove to Holyoke, Mass, for ‘Thursday Experiment #2,” an evening of improvisation and experimental music presented by curator Bonnie Kane at Gateway City Arts, a mixed-use facility in a former factory located on Race Street. I heard the show competed for audience with a more major concert being presented nearby, and to … Continue reading Thursday Experiment # 2