Family snapshot time

There comes a time when a photographer needs to be in the family snapshot mode. Family and friends depend on you to be the documentor of events, vacations, and other good times, so the shooting never ends. Not that we would want it to, but it would be nice to just enjoy a family outing […]

South Street Seaport chilly morning

Staying in Manhattan is always a challenge due to the high cost of a decent hotel. Our favorite is the Best Western Hanbee located on Grand and Bowery. It is only 2 short blocks from Diana’s apartment and is brand new. But based on the particular dates, even these rooms can get expensive (normally you […]

Sports shooter?

Today I woke up at 4 am to drive with my friend Gray Quetti to shoot a triathlon in Orlando. I was about to get an education in the world of sporting event shooting. The idea here is to get individuals in the act of swimming, biking, and/or running so that they would have a […]

Cult of Done

Right now I’m struggling to get a new incarnation of my website completed so I can officially start conducting business. This is the digital age and you cannot expect to be in business without a decent site. So the perfectionist that I am, it has become a challenge to get something done. Better late than […]

Winter Wonderland

Ok, I left Jacksonville yesterday at 76 degrees, sunshine, and now here is my view from the Hampton Inn in Thomaston ME. Could someone please tell these guys that winter is over? It’s March already. I’m here all week for a B&W Mastery Workshop with John Paul Caponigro at his studio in Cushing ME. It […]