CURRENT WORK

  1. Tracy & Sue

    03 Jan 2019
    I met Tracy and Sue in Boston in June for their engagement session.  We had a great time walking through the city re-tracing their steps the day that Sue proposed. We started at the subway station, walked through the park and gardens and then ended at a cozy restaurant.  It…

  2. Artist Profile: Cindy Heath

    05 Feb 2018
    I use a holistic approach to creating multi-layered expressions of geometric patterns, landscapes, and abstractions symbolizing the challenges and joys of life – chaos, resilience, reflection, persistence, beauty. Through the process of applying varying levels of fabric layering, abstraction techniques, and creative threadwork, movement becomes an important element in

  3. Looking Back at Autumn Portraits

    19 Dec 2017
    The first big snowstorm has finally arrived here in New Hampshire and winter is settling in.  I love watching the landscape turn a striking white and I enjoy the quietness that nature seems to have during this time.  I’ll be taking my camera out a lot this winter, but before…

  4. Emily & Dan

    07 Sep 2017
    I had an amazing time photographing Emily and Dan’s wedding.  The ceremony took place inside Saint Bridget Parish in Framingham, Massachusetts and the reception was at the Warren Conference Center and Inn in nearby Ashland.  Before it all began, Emily and Dan spent some quiet time down at shores of…

  5. Amy & Matt

    18 Jun 2017
    It was a treat to photograph Amy and Matt’s wedding on the shores of Lake Winnipesaukee in New Hampshire. The ceremony was filled with laughs and touching moments.  The weather brought beautiful clouds and the sun seemed to peek out at the perfect times.  The couple had some great ideas…

  6. Land of Fire and Ice

    26 Apr 2017
    It’s no secret, Iceland is a photographer’s dream. I spent a week traveling from Reykjavik to Jökulsárlón and back in a converted SUV/camper this past March.  Being able to sleep in my car gave me the freedom to be almost anywhere I wanted during the early and late hours of…

  7. Skiing and Sailing in Iceland’s Westfjords

    28 Mar 2017
    “I’m going to ski ahead a bit and scope out the decent.” Emilie said before she took off for the edge.  We were standing in the vast winter landscape that made up the Hornstrandir Nature Preserve in the Westfjords of Iceland, a mere 2 miles south of the Arctic Circle.…

  8. Photographs of 2016

    17 Jan 2017
    I had some great photography sessions this year and I wanted to thank all my clients for entrusting their 2016 memories with me.  Here are my favorite photographs from this past year.  I wish everyone a happy new year!

  9. Mountain Bike-Packing in Oregon

    28 Sep 2016
    In late August/early September, I traveled with a friend to Central Oregon for two weeks of mountain bike-packing. Mountain biking was my first real passion.  When I was a kid, I would build trails through the woods in my backyard, grab my Huffy and ride them back and forth all…

  10. Artist Profile: Nicholas K. Paradis

    12 May 2016
    He has a quiet intensity about him as he walks around his small studio.  The music is loud and felt as it pulses through the room. I’m fiddling with my gear and taking test shots, trying not to get the paint that covers the desk, canvases, small table and floor…

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