Attended another Police Unity Tour event to raise money for Eric’s new tires for the bike ride to Washington, D.C. They must be amazing tires because this time an entire concert was held to raise money. The reality is actually summed up on the Police Unity Tour web site: The primary purpose of the Police Unity […]
High time I did another pin-up themed model shoot with two of my favorite fellow artists, Karen (makeup) and Tracey (hair). Brian from Wayne’s Speed Shop was kind enough to let us use his sweet 1950 Chevrolet Deluxe coupe and he also picked out the location. Good work, Brian! We started just as the sun dipped, […]
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If memory serves me, I’ve never attended a jazz event. So why not go see the Orrin Evans Quartet? The musicianship of these particular jazz musicians is something worth seeing. Very creative and spontaneous things came out of them during the performance. Also, big thumbs up to Makeda’s Morrocan meatballs. Friggin’ amazing!
New Jersey offered us the tried and true overcast day. Sigh. How do you make that work? Keep things simple and think in black and white. Keely slipped and slid all over the muddy ground to get to a few of the spots. In sandals no less. Toward the end of the session I gave […]
Natural Systems Utilities, based out of Hillsborough, New Jersey tasked me with creating a short video explaining water treatment at a facility in Battery Park City. Located in the lower west side of Manhattan, the facility inside The Visionaire features an impressive array of equipment to clean and reuse waste water. An educational fun project […]
QUEENSRYCHE! When your favorite band comes to town, take the time to go see them. In my particular case, try and get a photo pass. The show was introduced by Eddie Trunk (That Metal Show) and quickly turned into one of the best concerts I have seen by any band. All of the band’s 30 years of music were represented. My first time hearing “Warning” performed live and for many of the fans they hadn’t heard that song since the mid-1980s.
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A perfect location for an engagement session! My home away from home, Sandy Hook, for another whirlwind sunset session with Kelly and Ozi. It’s a beautiful time of day as the sun illuminates everything with a powerful orange glow. Sandy Hook is also several miles long, so capturing as many locations as possible before darkness […]
An invitation was extended to me to photograph personnel and distinguished guests at the Civil Air Patrol conference at McGuire Air Force Base. This is only the second time I have been to an Air Force base and it’s a visually impressive sight to visit a base. We toured a KC-10 jet used to refuel […]
Emily is actively auditioning for shows and needed a new headshot. That Werks to the rescue! Here are 3 of my favorites from the session. Time to bust out the black velvet and lighting! I bounced light from the top, sides and front for this series. I think the result gives a nice glow to […]
Erik Straub interviewed Connotate’s Keith Cooper and Laura Teller and invited me along to photograph them for a New Brunswick Today article. To learn more about Connotate, visit their site. “At Connotate, we aim to be the best in the world at Web data extraction and monitoring – and to apply our unique expertise to help you gain […]
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