Monday, September 25, 2006


It was a very long -- and damp -- weekend here in Maine. Congratulations to Jen and Greg who got married on Saturday at the Samoset in Rockland, ME. They are a super couple and it was an honor to be a part of their wedding celebration. I took a very quick peak at some of the images and am very excited to share some here very soon.

I dragged my aching bones out of bed early Sunday morning to photograph the Animal Refuge League's Paws in the Park event. I just started volunteering there walking dogs once a week (this afternoon is my second day) and was more than happy to donate my services to their fundraising event. They have a lot of great animals up for adoption. If you aren't looking for a new cat or dog or other critter maybe you will keep them in mind this holiday and can send a donation...

This morning I slept in really late after my sleep deprived weekend. You'd think after allowing myself a very (extremely) late morning that I'd be eager to tackle my work. Think again. I stumbled upon this (thanks to Liz at Washington Post blog). Sorry, but it's very hard to stop once you start so click on that link at your own risk.

I'll be posting new images here so check back soon.

Friday, September 22, 2006

Leslie and Pete

Leslie and Pete
September 10, 2006
Inn by the Sea
Cape Elizabeth, ME

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Julia - 4 months

Baby Julia was sick with a cold the day we photographed her. Poor thing...

Monday, September 18, 2006

The Bennett Law Firm

The headshots I took of the partners at The Bennett Law Firm are up on their website (that's mine on the homepage, too).

Saturday, September 16, 2006

Kristina and Jim

Today was a perfect day to photograph engaged couple Kristina and Jim. The weather was amazing, and Kristina and Jim are adorable. It was a real pleasure to spend the afternoon with them. Just look at these sweethearts!

Friday, September 15, 2006

This photo makes me laugh. Those are some big teeth!

Addie and Matt

It's hard to imagine I've known both of these kids since they were in diapers.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

I am having waaaay too much fun playing with these wedding images. Here's another promo collage hot off the presses. As always, unauthorized reproduction is prohibited. If you would like a copy just let me know.

I have also been reworking my pricing. The fees have not changed, but I wanted to make my packages less complicated and more inclusive. I am very excited about these changes and would be happy to email the new price list upon request.

Monday, September 11, 2006

I received this awesome note from a the bride from this wedding:

"I can't begin to tell you how much of a joy it was to work with you. Everyone commented on the high level of energy, fun and professionalism you brought to our fabulous occasion. I am excited to see the results and am totally confident that you will exceed my expectations and then some. As a designer, I truly appreciated your flexibility, humor and eye for backdrops. We have already begun to recommend you to our friends!! Thank you for making our special day even more special."

After a very long and busy trip to DC I am finally back home in Maine. Congratulations to Eli Gurwitz whose bar mitzvah was on Labor Day. He did a fantastic job reading Torah and photographing his party was a lot of fun. It seems like just the other day I photographed his sister's bat mitzvah and he was a little kid running around underfoot. While in DC I also had the pleasure of meeting Abigal and Julia, the children of a couple whose wedding I photographed years ago. While Julia was feeling a bit under the weather, the portrait session went well. It's always a joy to catch up with old clients, and I'm excited to see the images. One of the highlights of my trip was photographing family friends at a barn in Clarksburg, MD. We photographed the kids with their horse. It was a rainy day, but the photos look great. I'm definitely going to be putting some on this blog. I had forgotten how marvelous horses are... and what a delight it was to get out of the hustle of DC to the peaceful countryside.
Congratulations go out to Leslie and Pete who got married Sunday at the Inn By the Sea in Cape Elizabeth. It was a gorgeous day for a wedding on the beach. The photos look great -- I'll try to get a couple up on the blog soon.