This is day 11 of 12 collections of my favorite work in 2015. Today, I’m dedicating this post entirely to my story on a young ballet dancer from Bowdoinham named Caroline Gill. She and her family were gracious in letting me in on part of their lives. I am still very grateful. This story first appeared […]
This is day 10 of 12 installments of my best pictures and videos of 2015. Today, it’s all about adventure on two or three wheels. Like last January (watch the video above) when I went camping in temperatures colder than Russia. Take a look below at my best motorcycle adventures of the year. My magical […]
BRAD TERRY This is day eight of 12 days of my best work of 2015. Here’s three videos and photos of three musicians/entertainers/storytellers I admire. Brad Terry is a supreme jazzman, living in Bath. He turned 78 this year and wonders what the future holds. Read the excellent story by Darren Fishell HERE. 11/24/14 — Brad […]
Sometimes, I fall back on my first love in photography: pretty pictures. It’s part of what makes photography the great democratic art form. Everyone has a folder or phone full of pictures they think are lovely. I’m no different. Light, shadow, color combine to make something you can keep looking at, over and over again.
Portland was settled in 1633. I came to live here 366 years later. I grew up just 20 miles to the west. This is my home. It’s home to about 66,000 other souls, too. I’ve had the pleasure of photographing some of them this past year. I met young immigrants, struggling to stay, street performers, a […]
This is day three of 12 posts looking back the pictures and video I shot for the BDN this year. Today’s theme is: Augusta shennanigans. Augusta is, of course, where lawmakers duke it out under the dome with each other and the governor. I get called to photograph the dignified proceedings from time to time and […]
This is day two of 12 posts looking back the pictures and video I shot for the BDN this year. Today’s theme is: Who wants to be president? Maine has the same number of votes in the Electoral College as New Hampshire (4) but it gets nowhere near the same amount of attention from presidential candidates. […]