The Theme was the Roaring 20’s and it was a Speakeasy setting for last weeks Harvest of Hope Event benefiting the Lowell House of Hope.
MA State Senator Eileen Donoghue’s home was the site for a night of Jazz, good food and lots of libations.
Check out all the views that night at my Events Page on my website.
And now for something completely different.
This past weekend I attended the wedding of my niece Meredith and her husband Joel.
The best part was I wasn’t working.
I was playing my part as the wedding photographers nightmare, an uncle with his camera in the background.
Congratulations Meredith and Joel.
I had a great time doing these portraits and hope to continue with this in some future shoots.
Can you name all the people on todays image?
Send your answers to email@example.com and the first response with all the correct names will recieve a free copy of Mill Power.
Paul along with others, read from the book and helped celebrate a story long in the making.
You can learn more at www.richardhowe.com and Dick Howe’s coverage of the night.
I was proud to have a small part of this along with other notable photographers.
Here are just a few views from the night and some of my final portraits selected for the book.
Shown here are Adam Baacke, Sovanna Devin Pouv, Sheila Kirschbaum, Linda Sopheap Sou, Corey Sciuto, and Sarah Peskin.
Tomorrows final post on this will be some of the views not used in the book but may be the start of an ongoing project I will continue.
I hope to capture many more of the people that helped make the Lowell National Historical Park possible and document these precious individuals.
Today’s views from the book are a of Rosemary Noon of the Lowell Plan with David Blackburn and Sue Andrews of the LNHP collaborate on the Public Matters leadership program.
Along with a view of Pauline Golec with her Excellence in Cultural Heritage Award.
Portrait of Paul Marion for his latest work “Mill Power” The Origin and Impact of the Lowell National Historical Park.
I had the pleasure to be part of this publication along with several other contemporary and historic photographers.
Most of my work was from a portrait session taken of some of those that helped bring about the park and those that continue its efforts now.
Check out the book launch party this Wednesday October 15, 2014 at 5PM at the Lowell National Historical Park Visitors Center.
Each day this week I will be posting more views from some of the many portraits taken for this book.
The new issue of Merrimack Valley Home is now on the stands.
My views from the article by Wesley Gallagher entitled “Oakside Inside the Walls” displaying the hidden world of owner “Charles”.
Charles was a gracious host and I spent most of a day on the site along with some late evening views of the pool.
Check out the full story in this months issue and learn the whereabouts of this secret garden.
Enterprise Bank held their Celebration of Excellence Applicants Reception last night at the Radisson in Chelmsford.
Guest speaker Commissioner Ed Davis was in attendance along with COE applicants and their sponsors.
Looking forward to the final decisions and this years COE Awards night this November.