March has arrived, and with it another half foot of snow expected. I’ve been keeping somewhat busy with editorial photography, accompanying work I write for various magazines, journals and newspapers – but I’m looking ahead to the season of celebrations ahead – the weddings, the parties – you know what I mean. I’ve been talking … Continue reading In Like A Lion?
It’s been two years since I traveled to Holyoke, Mass for this Thursday night experimental music series. This was the 25th in the series hosted my dear friend of nearly as many years Bonnie Kane, an established musician, artist and entrepreneur in her own right. January is not my busiest month for wedding photography in … Continue reading The Thursday Experiment Revisited
I think when folks hear ‘wedding photographer’ they don’t immediately think ‘family reunion’ photographer, but what is a wedding, but a gathering of friends and family. Each year I photograph a number of gatherings – of friends, of families and of friends and families (weddings) this year, that was more true than ever. Sometimes the … Continue reading Family Reunions
I’m a practical sort. I wear a hat and gloves, and sometimes even a scarf. I favor raincoats or - often a wide-brimmed hat over an umbrella but I keep a big golf umbrella in the car regardless – it comes in handy against a harsh midday sun as well as rain. I like to … Continue reading What Lurks Below
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