First love? First car? First McRib sandwich (and last, thankfully)? No sillies, the first wedding of the season! Danielle and Damian’s #WildCatWeddingAdventure was certainly memorable – if not for the above-all easy-going vibe in the face of adversity (47 degrees? Persistent heavy cloud cover and rain or mist!), than for the pup population – every … Continue reading You always remember your first
A couple I’m working with planned their wedding at a pavilion by the water – I can relate, a few years back my wife wanted the same thing (we got married at that same pavilion by the water. There’s wedding photography to prove it.). For this great couple however, fate conspired against them. The town … Continue reading Location, Location, Location II
This week, a little ‘rust and dust’ Don’t get me wrong. On the car? Not so much. In the basement, I’d prefer not. But out and about on a photo walk, sure – give it to me. I love rust. The rustier the better. Perhaps because I’m not much of a mechanical gear head, I … Continue reading Why Do I Love Rust?
This week, a narrative… Dagger-like icicles eventually covered the windows. By hour 36 she said I was pacing like a ‘caged animal.’ I called it ‘vigilance.’ You see -- the power had gone out here at the Ranch as it had for so many others in the North East. Our electric company reported over 100,000 … Continue reading Ever ready and prepared
There are a few shows on television where houses, cabins and barns are jacked up and moved, or dismantled, sold and rebuilt elsewhere. Usually this Catskills photographer says to himself ‘they never do that here.’ However, over the past few years I have seen a number of houses raised and either moved or set on … Continue reading Raise the Roof