Currently I am progressing towards sports photography. I have attended Ice Hockey, Wrestling, Skiing, Indoor Track and Field, and Swimming and Diving. I have been working with other photographers to train on how to capture the best action, where to be when photographing, certain settings on my camera and more. During the next 2 months, I will be training on these sports while it is my off season for my current photography job.
These photos below are some practice photos I did, not related to my photo job. I focused on capturing that moment when a player stopped a hockey puck from scoring and players trying to achieve the puck from the opposing team.
I will also be attending a few photography workshops to improve my photography and to update my portfolio during these cold winter months ahead.
Yesterday I attended a Winter Landscape workshop in Westport, MA. This was a great experience to head back to Gooseberry Island and photograph the landscape in a new way.
Since college, I have achieved a new professional camera and lens. I have been reading new content on photography during my spare time. Recently, something clicked while reading some articles and working at a few winter sports for my seasonal job. This workshop I focused on exploring different perspectives. I didn't just "take a photo" I tried a different angle, depth of field and make "your" eye explore the photograph. I explored this locations many times while attending UMass Dartmouth, but this time I tried expressing the island in other ways.
2020 will be the year that I experiment with my new equipment and new ideas on photography! How can I photograph a place I visited before? What do I want my audience to view when I show them a photograph?
Photographed the last Bellingham 300th Anniversary event tonight! It was a great year going to the events that Bellingham had to offer. I got to be a photo judge for the Town of Bellingham photography competition. Photographed Bellingham Old Homes Day, the town's fireworks, Bellingham Memorial Day parade, The Wall that Heals and the Christmas parade.
*One of my photos was published in the Bellingham Bulletin July 2019 issue.
*Another photo was used in a collaboration with a photo competition with UMass Boston.
*My photos will be published in a Bellingham 300th Anniversary book in early 2020.
In 2020, I will still be working with Bellingham on a new project, so stay tune!
Here are my favorite photos I have taken during September to November. I have been working long hours, seven days a week, so I have not been able to post much. Hopefully I can capture some holiday and snow photos once the season gets closer in a few weeks.
These photos are a portfolio of food photography at Alice in the Village.Alice in the Village is a Alice in Wonderland tea service restaurant located in Mystic, CT and Foxboro, MA.
Alice has three main tea service towers plus has a themed tea service every month. August 2019 theme was Villains Tea, focusing on disney villains such as Ursula from Little Mermaid and Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty.
I was asked to photograph each of the towers and have photos of their products such as their special Alice in Wonderland cake pops and tea.
These photos are posted on social media and the website to promote Alice in the Village.
I love looking up at the night sky to see the stars; for years I’ve wanted to be able to capture the sense of magic and wonder that I feel through my photographs. I am still working on my night photography, but made improvements this July, when I took a trip to rural New Hampshire to practice. During the two nights I spent lakeside, I was able to practice on two different subjects; cloudy and clear night skies. While I wish I had a second night of clear weather, I think the clouds added depth and texture to my photographs. Between the twinkling lights on a calm lake under the starry sky and the misty, swirly clouds moving across the night sky, I was able to capture some moments in nature that look almost surreal.
Ending of the three day event to celebrate Bellingham 300th Anniversary. Fireworks lite up the night sky in a two night firework performance.
Day two of Old Home Days, I photographed several events throughout the day. Below are photos from 5k Run/Walk, Pancake Breakfast and Bellingham High School Cheerleader Performance.
Several of these photos will be published in September 2019 issue of Bellingham Bulletin newspaper.
July 19 to 22 is a three day festival celebrating Bellingham 300th Anniversary of the town. The first night of celebrations had a Cirque de Light Fire Performer.
I was asked by the town, earlier this year, to be the Town of Bellingham photographer. My photo were featured in July 2019 issue of Bellingham Bulletin and more of my photos will be posted on social media to the public.
Hello everyone. Yes, It has been a while since I posted my photography on my page. After working and taking time off for myself in the month of June, I am coming back to posting updates. I have Vermont, Canada, White Mt., Western MA, and NH photos that will be posted in the near future!
Below is a Photograph I took of a young woman watching a parade from her apartment above. This was a Cow Parade located in Brattleboro, VT in June 2019.