Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Baby Harrison

An early new year's resolution, start showing off some of the baby portraits we've been taking of some of our brides and grooms. And how about baby Harrison for a great start.

Meghan and Dave

Well, cold it's getting and last weekend was especially so. But didn't stop Meghan and Dave from joining me in "Sono" for their engagement shoot. Brave souls that they are. And all you'll need is one look at these guys to know how excited we'll be to photograph their wedding in '09.

Monday, November 17, 2008

Westport Magazine and LL Farm Stand

Another fun little story that we were given the opportunity to photograph recently and that ran in Westport Magazine in October.  Thanks to the very cool people at the Double L Farm Stand, a little taste of the country here in suburbia.

Sunday, November 9, 2008

A Must See!

For those that haven't seen it, this is one you need to see.
Gripping story and incredible direction by Clint Eastwood.
One I highly recommend.

Saturday, November 8, 2008

Robin and Gabe

Congratulations Robin and Gabe. A wonderful wedding day.  And so many great moments to share, including the select few below.  How special to be able to get a few outdoor photos in November!  And thanks to our good friends at The Waterview for throwing such a great party.

And I promise you, I did NOT tell them to do this!
Pure photojournalism, being there when it happens.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

A brilliant effort!

Not to be lost in the excitement of this historic election is the extraordinary campaign of our good friend Dennis Shulman. Readers of my posts, and many others, would have heard about Dennis' brilliant campaign for Congress from the 5th Congressional District of NJ . His remarkable story was featured in Time Magazine and the New Yorker (a wonderful Talk of the Town piece), amongst other publications.  He was ultimately endorsed by the New York Times and Michael Bloomberg, and many others. And while Dennis did not succeed in beating arch conservative Scott Garrett last night, an extraordinary thing happened, more than 120,000 people (42% of all voters) voted for a 58 year old blind rabbi/psychologist who had never previously run for public office.  All of those who know Dennis are so very proud of him and his amazing efforts. And somehow I don't think this is the last you'll hear from him. So congratulations to Den and his remarkable team!