Back in September of 2017 I was gifted the chance to spend four days on Star Island on the Isle of Shoals with members of the NH Society of Photographic Artists. It was an amazing, awesome experience, and I wanted to share my story and some photographs that I made during that trip. All the details after the cut:
Some recent head shots of UNH graduating students on white. So clean! So elegant!
A setup shot of how I do these UNH head shots:
One of the reasons I like photographing non-model subjects is because I believe that *everyone* can photograph well. You don’t have to be a fashion model. You deserve a nice, elegant portrait of yourself. Linda was looking for an updated headshot for her new website (and new career!) and she really loved what she saw on my website. She was nervous, but as she wrote to me in an email: “You made it fun, and I appreciate that. Thanks again for putting me at ease, and making what I had built up to be a scary experience, fun instead.”
Thanks Linda. You rock.
Ed came to me by way of a local bank who hired him to be their new branch manager. One the things I love about providing head shot photography is constantly meeting new people; hearing their stories and sharing mine. Ed did a fantastic job and I think this is an excellent shot of him.
2017 marks the 32nd birthday of R.O.B. – Nintendo’s Robotic Operated Buddy that originally came bundled with the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) in 1985.
ROB has been hanging around in my parents attic for a long, long time, and during a recent trip to visit them, I took him out of his box and took him to the studio for a quick portrait session.
ROB – in my parents kitchen, shortly after being taken out of his storage box.
I was never a huge ROB fan – he was way too gimmicky, but he was a robot, and robot’s are cool when you are 10 years old, and he’s a fairly good looking chap, no?
Happy Birthday, ROB! May you forever play Gyromite in your dreams.