Well, she called me up the other day and asked if I would lend my artistic eye to a beautiful and unique house that she is representing (she is a realtor). I made no promises (since architectural photography, in my opinion, is the most difficult type of photography) but agreed to give it a go. Well, this house is AMAZING and it wasn’t hard to capture its incredible lines and beautiful spaces and artwork.
I was asked to submit some images of Real Weddings to the new sister publication of Brides Magazine (Brides Boston). They loved the photos from Jess and Ragan’s wedding at the Four Seasons Hotel in Boston and ran a full page feature!
Doing headshots is a nice change of pace for me. I love getting a glimpse into the working life of so many people. There really are millions of possibilities for what you want to do with your life.
Okay, so I know this isn’t the “normal way” to celebrate Valentine’s Day, but it was definitely memorable, and I was with two men (well boys) that I love.
These seminars are a great way for photographers to get together to learn from each other, see new products and push each other to be better photographers. I try to attend seminars and classes as often as I can.
Thanks to my mother-in-law for the great present of tickets to see the show Rent.
I was contacted by one of George and Rita’s daughters to create a family portrait to commemorate her parents’ wedding anniversary.
… let me tell you, there is an amazing drama to New Years Eve. Everyone wants to be at a party and what better than the ultimate dressy affair in the heart of Boston at the famous State Room on the 33rd floor.