Quick video-update

I’m trying to jot a list down of revelant topics to discuss on this blog, as well as photo-updates, but things have been nutty around these parts.

In the meantime, here is a quick session snippet with singer/songwriter Liz Longley during a session we had a few weeks ago.  I love working with Liz, she’s such a sweetheart.


Portable Portrait Workshops: June 12th & June 19th, 2010

Back to back weekend workshops!


Katrina :: Portable Portrait Workshop

June was a busy time; I taught two of the Portable Portrait workshops during the month; the first was out of my studio, and the second was at the New Hampshire Institute of Art.


Brooks Young Band

Man, I gotta get caught up with blogging.  Lots going on, and I haven’t had a lot of time to blog about it!

Brooks Young

Back in April I did a large studio session with Brooks Young and his bandmates from the Brooks Young Band.  Brooks just came out with a new cd and he wanted some fresh images to accompany the release and his tour.


The Portable Portrait Workshop :: May 22nd 2010

The Portable Portrait Workshop :: 05.22.10

I just had the second Portable Portrait workshop of June last weekend, and it turned out to be an absolutely gorgeous day for doing some location shooting


NH Business in the Arts Awards :: May 17 2010

I was very proud to have attended last nights New Hampshire Business the Arts Awards at the Center of NH.  A room filled with artists and strong supporters of the arts.  I was honored to have the room made aware of who I was, the accomplishments I’ve had since graduating NHIA, and it was nice that all these good people could now put a face to my name, and its fantastic to know I am now on their radar.

Sponsored by the New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts, the gala honored twenty-nine New Hampshire businesses nominated for this year’s awards. The evening included performances of drama, literature and music. The grand finale was the announcement of the winners, who received a framed print by me.

John Clayton, columnist for The Union Leader, was the master of ceremonies for the festivities. The performers included Camerata New England, The Seacoast Repertory Theatre, poet Alice B. Fogel, fiddler Patrick Ross and The Acting Loft.

The New Hampshire Business Committee for the Arts was founded in 1985 to educate, motivate and recognize business support of and participation in the arts.