Portraits • Headshots • Plymouth, New Hampshire

Cheese is for Eating: Five Steps to Taking Better Photos of Your Family

Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, most of us have been at home with our families for a couple of weeks now, and we don’t know how long it will last.  I’d like to encourage you to photograph your family.  One day, the photos you create will be priceless.   Here are some things that will help you take

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Social Distancing: Images of a Small Town, Part II

Someone asked me about this project: “Why don’t you photograph the bright side of this situation?”  This is a personal project about the effects of a global pandemic on a small town. Of course, there is always a bright side.  Many people are enjoying time at home – in a warm house with plenty of food and

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Social Distancing: Images of a Small Town, Part I

Last week, after careful consideration and in light of the increasing severity of the Coronavirus / Covid-19 situation, I decided to postpone photo sessions, meetings, and classes.  My talks and exhibitions were canceled, and even a trip to London where I was to take three workshops will not happen.  I am grateful to have a job

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One New Silver and Three New Bronze Awards

I am proud to announce that one of my portraits won a silver award, and three each won a bronze award in the International Portrait Masters Awards competition & accreditation program.   More than 11,500 images were submitted from around the world and were judged anonymously by twelve internationally renowned photographers. In 2017, I began

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