Dave & Sid Return!

Some of you might know that Dave Seah and I have been doing a podcast for years. Last year we got sidetracked and only did one podcast, but for 2018 we are hoping to get back on track.  SO FAR SO GOOD! Our latest podcast, Episode 79, is up! head on over to the Dave & Sid’s Unnamed Podcast page, or if you are on iTunes, search for it there and subscribe!

Make your car-rides home from work more enjoyable! Listen to two geeks talk about making a living in the creative arts and all kinds of other stuff (like toys, and movies, and games!)

Westcott Rapid Box Collapsible Beauty Dish

I’m a sucker for using a “beauty dish” and I just wanted to share how awesome a more recent piece of gear I purchased is and how it solved a small problem I had when it came to transporting and location gigs. The Westcott Rapid Box Collapsible Beauty Dish. It’s a mouthful to say, but I’m so in love with it.

Except the price. I hate the price.  Read more after the cut: CONTINUE READING…

Star Island 2017

Heath Bristol

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:


UNH Grads

UNH Manchester 2017 LinkedIn Headshots

Some recent head shots of UNH graduating students on white. So clean! So elegant!

UNH Manchester 2017 LinkedIn Headshots

UNH Manchester 2017 LinkedIn Headshots

UNH Manchester 2017 LinkedIn Headshots

A setup shot of how I do these UNH head shots:


Linda • Headshot Photography

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.