Brenna Nan Schneider of 99 Degrees Custom manufacturing at her new location in Lawrence MA.
Schneider’s company won the top prize at the Merrimack Valley Sandbox accelerator Awards this year.
Check out the article in this months Merrimack Valley Magazine’s article Time in the Sandbox by Will Courtney.
With all the events and tragedy that has happened in the past week in Boston the man at the forefront during the investigation was Ed Davis.
Back in 2005 I had the opportunity to photograph then Lowell Police Chief Ed Davis just before he accepted the Boston Police Commissioner position.
My contact was fellow blogger and writer Patrick Cook who was Communications Director at the Lowell Police Department at that time.
Amongst all the views taken that day I was able to do a few images of my own. This is a favorite of mine of Ed.
Check out Patrick Cooks A Wicked Good Blog and his thoughts towards this fellow Lowellian.
Another hidden haunt in the Merrimack Valley at Pizza King 29 Salem St. Lawrence MA with John Sapienza and his staff.
Shot for the Hidden Haunts II article by writer Christine Lewis in the March April issue of Merrimack Valley Magazine.
With over 50 years in the neighborhood making his gourmet pizzas and calzones.
You can even bring in your own toppings for a custom made pie.
The Round House in Lowell MA was one of those architectural curiosities and gems that I had always wanted to photograph.
Interior Designer Bob Roach graciously opened his doors to Merrimack Valley Magazine for the April Home issue and I had my chance.
Look for my cover shot and check out the article written by writer Nancye Tuttle in the latest issue of Merrimack Valley Home and learn more about it’s history and all the elements that make up this vintage beauty.
I got to shoot the wild mushroom pizza, kafta kabobs, fattoush salad, mushroom ravioli and the chocolate chip bread pudding with strawberries and whipped cream.
Owner Claude Elias couldn’t have been more gracious.
Shooting in one of my old neighborhoods in Lowell at Good Thymes Family Restaurant with Chef and owner Jim Boutin.
Featuring his two favorite meals the crumb-crusted baked haddock and turkey dinner with all the fixings.
Check out the article in Merrimack Valley Magazine Hidden Haunts 2 by writer Christine Lewis.
Shooting for Merrimack Valley Magazine for an article called Hidden Haunts 2 in the March April issue.
Check out Ralphie’s Cafe Italiano in Salem NH. One of the Valley’s best mom and pop Italian-American restaurants.
Meet Ralph and Lisa Feole and enjoy the tripe, meatballs and antipasto.
Check out the article by writer Christine Lewis and several other Hidden Haunts in the Merrimack Valley.