Archive for June, 2009

Shootstyle Shoot

Monday, June 22nd, 2009

A few weeks ago I was invited to shoot with a handful of New England area wedding photographers at an event called ShootStyle. This is a group of amazingly talented photographers with beautiful work that meet a few times a year to shoot. It was a collaborative effort between these photographers and a local dress maker. We shot at the Elm Bank Reservation in Wellesley, MA.

Here’s a few of my favorite images from the day.

Thanks so much Stacey, for inviting me along, it was great to shoot alongside you all!

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Amanda & Brad: Married

Sunday, June 21st, 2009

Here’s a sneak peek from a great wedding this past weekend, where the bride also happens to be my cousin. The ceremony was held a Woodlawn Baptist Church in Pawtucket. The rain held off long enough to get some great shots at Slater Park in Pawtucket, RI.

Amanda and Brad, thanks so much for allowing me to be part of your day – it was great!

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Senior Session Images

Monday, June 15th, 2009

Here’s a few images from a recent senior session shot in East Greenwich, RI. I always think it’s great when you find these kind of backdrops in areas where you wouldn’t think you’d find them. East Greenwich is one of those places. I always picture the manicured lawns and pristine Main Street, but just steps off the main roads, you’ll find great shooting locations like these.

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Contributing to a book

Monday, June 8th, 2009

I am pleased to announce my involvement in an upcoming book, “Changing The World on a Tuesday Night”, which profiles 50 people from each of the 50 states who have full-time jobs or otherwise busy lives, but make time each and every week or month to volunteer with a cause they are passionate about. I was paired with John Varlaro, (also of Rhode Island) who is a small business consultant and a volunteer with the Rhode Island Parent Information Network where he now serves on the Board of Directors. I met John at RIPIN, then again on the East Side of Providence to take some images for the book.

From the website: “‘Changing The World on a Tuesday Night’ will be a self-published title which features the profiles of 50 people from around the country who work full-time jobs or have otherwise busy lives, but find time once a week or once a month to volunteer on a consistent basis for a cause that they are passionate about.

The purpose of the book is two-fold, one is to celebrate and acknowledge the working Americans all across the country who are making a difference on a regular basis. The second is to inspire and encourage would-be volunteers and give them real-life examples of how to fit volunteering into their daily lives and showcase some of the many different opportunities that exist in the diverse non-profit world.”

Thanks John, for being a great subject!

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