Currently Booking July – August Thank you to all of my clients who have been patient and understanding during the pandemic. You’ve all been gracious about rescheduling sessions and supporting the studio, and I’m grateful to all of you. Currently, I am mandated by Governor Sununu’s Stay-at-Home order as a non-essential business to remain closed.
I was recently scheduled to give a talk at the Library Arts Center, in Newport, NH, where my work was part of their “Selections 2020” exhibit. The talk was canceled because of the pandemic, but the director of the Library Arts Center, Kate Luppold, asked me a question that might have come up at my talk.
A Virtual Live Photo Session Kree lives in Plymouth, New Hampshire. Her style is eclectic. She loves all kinds of art, antiques, and butterflies, among many other things. I was hoping at least one of Kree’s pets would join the session. We were surprised when her chinchilla, Luna, relaxed into her hug for a sweet
A Virtual Live Photo Session As much as I am looking forward to returning to work with people in my studio, the challenging circumstances of the pandemic have allowed me the opportunity to learn, to invent, and to create. Staying creative always means that I have more to offer my clients, and I can’t wait
A Virtual Live Portrait Session For these sessions, while my studio is temporarily closed due to the pandemic, I’m set up in my little (messy) home office. These are live photo shoots where I create real sets (like a still life). I project people into them. I direct people in terms of styling, lighting, and
Virtual Live Photo Sessions During a Pandemic Limitation inspires creativity. Months ago, I bought an antique-looking, ornate gold frame from Meredith Frame Shop. Who knows how many paintings or photographs it held over years? A few years ago, I started experimenting with projections in my work. I don’t think I expected this frame to merge
As we continue to deal with the coronavirus pandemic. I continue to stay close to home, walking in my rural neighborhood with my dogs or my camera, and going out less than once a week for essential items. On this week’s drive, I reflected on how most people in our community seem to be helping, even
Because of the coronavirus pandemic, my studio has been closed temporarily for several weeks. I am grateful to have a job that I feel sad to be away from. I miss my clients and students. I miss creating for others. I miss serving people. I’m looking forward to returning to the studio when it’s safe for
Here in the U.S., the coronavirus pandemic has worsened. On March 27, New Hampshire’s governor issued a stay-at-home order, and ordered all non-essential businesses to close. Citizens are asked to remain home except for essential errands, like grocery shopping. People are encouraged to walk outside for exercise, but to stay away from others. Because of
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