Each year around this time, a team of talented bakers at the Turning Stone Resort and Casino create a masterpiece in gingerbread and sugar. I, like countless others no doubt, always snap a few photos of the finished products. They come in the shape of farms and barns, churches and more. There’s typically a sign … Continue reading In the Eye of the Beholder
A client that hired me to photograph his family reunion recently emailed about a much more intimate assignment – as videographer for an oral history project. I’ve been a videographer for years, everything from weddings to lectures and corporate content – naturally I was interested. Family stories shared at the reunion, I believe, gave him the idea … Continue reading He Married a Mermaid One Fine Night…
Some years back I worked on a music video shot in a mixed-use warehouse in Brooklyn. I handled playback – the music the band acted and reacted to in take after take. Different parts of the place were in various states of disrepair, repair and renovation. The section we were working in had several walls … Continue reading In the Old Hall
alternate title... Catching up with a Couple From Years Back I’ve long said that everyone and each couple is one-of-a-kind. It’s why my approach to wedding photography is more ‘journalistic,’ not cookie cutter or factory. Of course, so many wedding guests are used to posing in the style of a police line-up it’s hard … Continue reading Special Events for the Wedding?
The Raleigh Hotel and Resort ? Far from the Carolinas, folks, this is in Fallsburg, NY – still the old 'Catskills,’ Sullivan County – probably part of what was once well known as the ‘Borscht Belt.’ Some still think of “Dirty Dancing” (would you believe I’ve never seen it all the way through?) others, these … Continue reading Reunion at the Raleigh & Large Group Portraits