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Golden Hour :: PA

13 Oct

Intimate Fall Scenes

4 Oct

Just putzed around the woods this weekend, as one does. Got some exercise, and a few new photos. 🙂

Top of the Morning ::NH

2 Sep

View like this make long, sunrise hikes worth it. ❤

Prints for Wildlife

28 Aug

Prints for Wildlife: This spectacular fundraiser sells limited edition wildlife prints from all over the world, with 100% of proceeds going to the non-profit conservation group African Parks. The sale, which opened today, will run for a month (or until the prints are sold).

I do not have a print here, but I’m a sucker for giving back and for conservation work, so I wanted to make sure to share. If anyone needs some rad wall art, check out the sale. ❤

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Gone Fishin’ :: CT

27 Jul

Star-Way to Heaven :: UT

20 Jul

I’ve been thinking about this a lot since February, when we had the opportunity to visit Utah… After shooting spectacular night skies with minimal light pollution, how do you go back to shooting “normal New England” night skies? I mean look at those stars. LOOK AT THEM.

(S)Tumble :: CT

13 Jul

Last month, I put together a video tutorial for the first time. The topic was one I’m very familiar with — shooting waterfalls — and the waterfall itself was a pretty spot close to home. But talking to a camera was difficult. It wasn’t being in front of the camera that was intimidating… Just… Trying not to be an awkward mess while talking at an empty room felt impossible. Lol So big high five to all you content creators out there who do it everyday and make it look easy. And a huge thank you to Matt, the owner and video editor over at Light & Landscape, for making lemonade out of the lemons I gave him. 😅

If you want to see said video and be uncomfortable on my behalf, and maybe learn something about waterfalls, hop on over to the publication’s website and subscribe!

This is a photo from one of the stills I took at the river that day.

Side Light :: UT

21 Apr

The drive to get here took a long time. In fact, the drive to get everywhere in Utah takes a long time. lol

Newest Article is Live

16 Apr

The newest article, featuring photographer Beth Young, is live on Light & Landscape. We chatted about setting goals for your photography, and how life impacts your ability to keep those goals. I found her outlook refreshing, and oh so inspiring! Give it a read and let me know what you think.

The Forest Through the Trees

5 Apr

Connecticut doesn’t have many “big views”, but boy do we have a lot of trees. They say you can always find something to shoot close to home if you look hard enough.