I knew this would be a fun shoot when I saw the sign “Slow Children At Play” with the image of a child running with scissors in it’s hand.
Everything for the future engineer, scientist or someone who just wants to make something.
Makerspaces are popping up all over the area and the Nashua MakeIt Labs had all the toys for the girls and boys.
The academy is a haven for the best and brightest students and will now start accepting female students.
Check out the article by writer Larry Flynn and learn more about this opportunity for the students of high potential in the valley.
DATE: October 1, 2015
TIME: 6:00 – 8:30 PM (Film at 7:00 PM)
WHERE: UTEC 41 Warren Street, Lowell, MA
6:00-6:45 PM Light refreshments.
Stayed up late last night to enjoy the Blood Moon Total Lunar Eclipse.
I found just the right location outside my front door and setup for a couple of hours of viewing.
This type of photography is not my forte but I did enjoy the results and hope you will too.
Another Lowell leader Attorney Richard P. Howe passed away last Friday.
I had the opportunity to meet him on many occasions in a formal setting and as a friend of my father Ken.
In 2003 we did a new portrait for his then upcoming city council election.
More recently I was on hand for the family at the dedication in his honor of the Howe Bridge in 2013.
I got some great views of some of their main courses and appetizers along with a location that just craves interior and exterior views.
These are just some of the views we saw in the North Andover and Haverhill areas.
Read up on the local vistas right outside your own neighborhood.
This week Attorney Richard K. Donahue passed away.
I had the pleasure of photographing him and his lovely wife and philanthropic partner Nancy on several occasions.
These were views we did in 2010.
I always enjoyed his stories and conversations and appreciated all he did for his family and community.
He will be missed.
The New Hampshire Creative Club started up the new season this past Tuesday with a Social Media Free Headshot and Networking meeting for all in attendance.
It was time to get rid of that flip phone view you took of yourself back in the 90’s with the bad lighting and weird background.
We had a great time and with the help of Photographer Althea Haropulos at her studio in Manchester NH and the talents of make-up artist from the Philip Mark Salon and myself providing a free headshot for all your social media needs.
The Club serves as a creative forum for networking and professional development through its monthly meetings, panel discussions, presentations and workshops on timely topics relevant to professionals in the advertising and visual communications fields.