I recently had the pleasure of shooting a gorgeous wedding on the Riveria Maya – just north of Cancun on the gulf coast of Mexico. I can’t say enough about the quality of Iberostar resorts and the amenities. If you are looking for a beautiful destination wedding, look no further – Iberostar has a dozen resorts around the world. We had an amazing time and it couldn’t have been a better week. Congrats to Meaghan and Anthony, thanks for the memories!
Check out the Mexico gallery on my new website.
A record 80 degrees in Bridgeport, CT yesterday! It was beautiful up on the Seacoast as well – I’ve been getting into the bad habit of coming home after a shoot and putting my camera bag down without importing to the computer. I guess the weather is just too nice to stay inside.
Here’s this weeks take. Sorry, no sports this time. Spring skiing is in full effect and it looks like the next few weeks could be incredible up on Mount Washington. Remember, if you decide to travel up to Tuckerman’s and surrounding terrain, check the Avalanche Advisory and stay safe. After all – summer, bikinis and 80 degree weather are right around the corner.
Disclaimer: We do not condone illegal artwork, in the second to last image the subject is lighting the wall with a candle – we do not condone the defacing of state property nor are we graffiti artists. All light painting photos were made with all of the safety precautions necessary. Fire extinguishers were on hand, at the ready.
Well, in the past 3 days I’ve gotten more face shots than I did all season, but almost zero visibility and wind gusts over 75mph, the camera didn’t make it out of the bag. With the prospects of clear skies over the next few days the season norm kicked into gear thismorning with high temps and of course, rain. Instead of staring at my board all day, I decided to sort through some of the shots I’ve taken on the down days from the past few months. <
Went to Boston earlier this week to photograph an event at the House of Blues with a few buddies. Audible Events provided the setup & Chris the bartender supplied the free booze. Good night with friends & some good photos too.
On a very very sad sidenote, Professional Freeskier Sarah Burke passed away this morning from injuries sustained during a practice in Park City. Our heartfelt condolences go out to Rory & Sarah’s family. She will be truely missed in the skiing community.
Headed north to Bathe, Maine a couple weekends ago to visit my good friend Matt & his family. Brought the camera around with me for the day – here’s what I came up with.
Found some work in Bend Oregon, and its still top to bottom snow cover at Mt. Bachelor 25min. down the road. Heres a few shots from a trip up on the Olympic Peninsula a week or two ago. Just stumbled upon an indoor skate park here in Bend, we’ll see what that has to offer.
Usually, when a beer distribution plant is closed down, it’s a sad day. Not so for skaters in Nashua – the old Budweiser distribution warehouse has recently been renovated and turned into a 25,000 square foot indoor park. This place has everything from a “kids” section to some Danny Way style drops. Having seen the other skate parks around the area – it was refreshing to see a professional indoor setup for everyone – for once, that wasn’t made entirely of sand piles and “QuikCrete.” It’s a couple bucks to skate and the cost is well worth it. That same weekend back on the Seacoast, I met up with Ryan and Andrew down at the Salisbury park for a mellow session after work. A couple other kids came out and just dismantled this little park, and quite honestly showed the rest of us up with ease. Here is a taste of what The Granite Skate has to offer.