PHOTO JOURNAL

  1. Kinsman Notch Ice Climbing

    25 Jan 2016
    I was thrilled to be apart of the Peppercomm team’s ice climbing vacation to New Hampshire. Steve Cody, co-founder and CEO of this Manhattan based  strategic communications and marketing firm comes up north to unplug and reconnect.  During the weekend of the MLK holiday, he brought his work team with…

  2. 150 Miles of the John Muir Trail

    24 Sep 2015
    I spent 14 days in the Sierra Nevada backpacking approximately 150 miles of the John Muir Trail.  I had only my 18-55mm kit lens and with hiking, camping and living in the wilderness as our priority, taking time for photography was secondary on this trip.  The piece of equipment I…

  3. A New Hampshire Summer

    10 Aug 2015
    When someone from outside New England thinks about New Hampshire, I’m sure visions of mountains, snow, skiing and cold comes to mind.  A lot of cold.  Well, New Hampshire does have summers and it gets hot enough to complete with any southern state.  On one of those particular hot summer…

  4. A Day on Mount Washington

    06 Aug 2015
    I was excited to partner up with Art Mooney of Mooney Mountain Guides this past weekend and join Steve Cody, his daughter Catharine and friend Nicole on their adventure vacation in New Hampshire!  The team spent the previous two days rock climbing in North Conway and at Rumney.  On their…

  5. Lake Winnipesaukee Sailboat Race

    30 Jul 2015
    A couple of weeks ago, I was contacted to take some photographs of a sailboat race on the largest of New Hampshire’s lakes, Lake Winnipesaukee.  Every Thursday evening throughout the summer, several sailboats meet up, the course is set and sometimes up to three races are held. I got the…

  6. The Whitney-Gilman Ridge

    13 Jul 2015
    I had the opportunity to climb and photograph the classic Whitney-Gilman ridge on New Hampshire’s Cannon Cliff this past Sunday.  I’ve climbed a lot of the moderate routes on the cliff over the years, but I haven’t been able to take my camera there and really focus on getting some…

  7. Going to the Coast

    20 Feb 2015
    (click images to enlarge) For someone whose passion is rock and ice climbing, going to the ocean isn’t something I do a lot. I feel lucky to live in New Hampshire where I can have both mountains and sea within an hour’s drive. Living on the east coast also suits…

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