Busy weekend working Saturday at Faneuil Hall Marketplace for the Blink event lighting of the Christmas tree starting off the Holiday season.
Acts include Boston Ballet’s The Nutcracker, Keith Lockhart and the Boston Children’s Chorus, Blue Man Group, Boston Gay Men’s Chorus, Amy & The Engine topped off by
Governor Baker and his wife who flipped the switch for all the families and children in attendance.
Shooting with Jim McKenna at his storefront Antique Clock Sales and Restorations in Dracut MA.
You can check out his shop at www.bostonclockrestoration.com .
Jim was one of the subjects for the article “Saving Time” by writer Doug Sparks in the latest issue of Merrimack Valley Magazine.
Check out the article and learn more about some of the valley’s antique clock preservationists.
At my new studio space in the Western Avenue Studios in Lowell MA.
First shoot with singer composer Anna Huckabee Tull for some new headshots and portrait views.
Great way to test out the locations available at the WAS and a fun and lively model to work with.
You can visit my studio by appointment at studio 201 in the C/D building in the WAS.
Make a call today for your new look.
Jack Kerouac writer and native son of Lowell MA was one of the iconic voices of the Beat Generation.
Items from his collection are now on display at the UMASS Lowell’s Allen House.
I was particularly intrigued by a copy of his map for his “On the Road” adventure.
“Punch It” the article by writer Liz Michalski just in time for the holiday party scene.
Apple Cinnamon Punch, Sparkling Holiday Punch, Shirley Ginger Punch and a holiday cocktail the Nutcracker.
Look for the article and recipes in the Fall 2015 Home issue.
The program provides a gallery for local artist at the health center along with the opportunity to sell and donate to the LCHC.
Working at the Lowell Cemetery a couple of weeks ago for the opening of their new columbarium .
Amongst all the views taken that day I did a little personal work with my Infrared converted Olympus 4/3rds camera.
The effects are somewhat unpredictable but I enjoy them nonetheless.
It tends to enhance the eeriness of the weekends event, Happy Halloween!
Recently at the Lowell Cemetery for the Fall Cemetery Tour lead by Dick Howe with an amazing crowd and perfect fall day.
Lots of local information and stories of the Lowell area and a nice segue from the Spring Cemetery Tour I did in May.