This project is inspired by Irving Penn’s 1950-51 portrait project he called “Small Trades,” (which was inspired by another photographer before him.) My intention, like Penn’s was, is to photograph people in their work clothes with the tools of their trades. These projects have a lot in common—they are a sort of social history,
Pease Public Library and the Young Ladies Library Association invited me to participate in their exhibition called BIRDS! I have three works there: “David and the Chickadee,” “Waxwings in Snow,” and “Hummingbird and Liatris.” Here is my son, David, standing by my photo of him feeding a chickadee. Even though he moaned, “Mom!” when I asked him to stand
YOU’RE INVITED! OPEN STUDIO for WALKABOUT WEDNESDAY Wednesday, September 6, 4:00 -6:00 p.m. Plymouth’s monthly art walk is next week! This month, I get to host artist Marcia Santore, who will show new work. Marcia is a contemporary painter. Her work uses vivid color, intriguing texture, and image-based abstraction to convey mystery and movement. More about
Kendall: strong, smart, sweet. I loved working with her to create her high school senior portraits. In each of them, I see her confidence and her joy. She is a beautiful person. Her day began with professional hair and makeup, and treats. Then I guided her into a variety of looks that I designed based
This is a portrait of my son David and me. He’s turning eleven so I took some portraits of him. When we finished, I tried to think of a single photo of the two of us. All I could recall were old ones (really old ones!). Why? Because I tend to stay behind the camera.
You’re Invited! OPEN STUDIO for WALKABOUT WEDNESDAY Wednesday, August 2, 4-6pm Plymouth’s monthly art walk is this Wednesday! Celebrate the creative spirit in Plymouth and support everything local! Curious about the studio or how portrait sessions work? Want to see new work, chat, network or buy a gift card? Or just eat chocolate? Stop by