The first wedding I ever photographed overlooking the Hudson River and riding through the streets of the City of Hudson, found me beginning the day in a suit. Jacket was quickly shed, eventually the necktie. I’ve shot a few Hudson weddings, but I never went back in a suit. For years I’ve favored a simple … Continue reading Overdressed ? !
I’ve photographed weddings and engagement sessions, family reunions, and family portraits, profile photos for social media, and documentary evidence for legal proceedings. I’ve photographed real estate, restaurants, industrial products and bottles of wine. But up until recently, I’d not photographed a bachelorette party. But that wouldn’t stop this Catskills photographer… The bride-to-be’s sister found Jonathan … Continue reading The Bachelorette Party
One afternoon walking past a construction site, I happened upon a series of creatures. We’ll keep this short and sweet – today, my featured and favorite creature – the beagle. Snoopy-esque. I also see a camera. (This was snapped on a cell phone) Some days I head out on a photo walk looking for inspiration. … Continue reading Creature Feature Part 1 of 4
This weekend I pointed a lens at the 7th Annual Snow Festival at the New York Power Authority’s Blenheim-Gilboa Visitor Center hosted in partnership with Mine Kill State Park. I may be a little older than the target market, but I’d hoped to find a few things of fancy to photograph. It was 47 degrees... … Continue reading Snow Festival Photography
I've had the pleasure of continuing to know some of these folks since photographing the wedding. (thank you Facebook) I am constantly thrilled to see they mostly live their lives as they did this moment. Happy. The news of the day is surely a poison pill to swallow, so today - take a moment and … Continue reading Happiness Shows
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