Category Archives: Portrait

Scorched Earth | The Premiere

Please dim the lights, turn up the volume, and view full screen (full screen = click the icon with the four outward-pointing arrows): (Link:   This shoot grew from my desire to do something dramatic with my beautiful sister Erika.  Nature sent us an unusual landscape to work with, and I couldn’t have asked […]

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Scorched Earth | Preview

  We planned the shoot for the desert.  The day prior, Mother Nature blackened the earth in a 700-acre brush fire. I think the scorched earth made the entire shoot.  There is beauty even amidst ashes.   P.S.  Yes, I looked like a chimney sweep at the end of this shoot.  Light colored tennis shoes […]

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Summer in the City | Rebecca

There’s nothing more fun than creating portraits of a savvy woman, especially when that woman is Rebecca.  Triathaloner, mother of five, product manager for an international corporation, and oh yeah – she’s earning a master’s degree from Boston University in her spare time.  No big deal, right? How exactly she found time to wander the […]

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Speedy Sarah

I’ve been wanting to try a few new things, and Sarah graciously agreed to share some of her time with me so I could play around.  We got thunderstormed out of our morning plan, but we headed out in the afternoon. I snapped away while Sarah rode 1.5 miles of very short laps. She is […]

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So if you’re wondering why it has been slow news on this blog lately, it’s because I’m devoting 100% of my “work time” to designing a website.  It’s a surprisingly difficult and soul-searching process to put something representative of yourself up on the web.  Working with Showit to design something that’s totally “me” has been […]

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