The month of January has been a roller coaster of new opportunities for my photography. During the first few weeks, I was offered a position by the Chairman of Bellingham to be their photographer for 2019-- the 300th anniversary of the Town of Bellingham. The town is commemorating the anniversary with a book, and I will be taking photos of several events throughout the year to be published in it. Additionally, four photos of my choice will be installed in a local Starbucks during the month of March 2019. I chose a theme for the display: Portraits that Tell a Story. To top it all off, this past week, South Coast Standard-Times contacted me to photograph a Freetown-Lakeville Soccer Fundraiser event in White's of Westport. All 38 photos were published and are available for purchase on their website in an article entitled "Out and About: Freetown-Lakeville Soccer Club fundraiser".
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*Photographer for Town of Bellingham 2019.
*Four photos themed "Portraits that Tell a Story", will be installed in a local Starbucks March 2019.
*Photographed a Fundraiser event for South Coast Standard-Times.
White's of Westport, Westport, MA
January 26, 2019
One of my passions is exploring and discovering new areas that catch my eye. In the middle of Vermont, I focused on nature, colors, and landscapes. New England has little areas of snow where I found colors, such as red and green, to pop out against the white snow. Vermont is home to many open areas of farmland which helped me focus on using the land to move the eye around the photo.
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One Saturday in December, I captured people's experiences while visiting Boston during the holidays. The streets were full of people enjoying the stores, entertainment and fun that the city brings. I focused, for the day, on telling a person’s story through my photos. From three monks that caught my eye through the crowd to that one little girl ice skating like a princess-- Boston during the holidays is a photographer’s paradise.
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