During wedding receptions when I’m away from city lights I love doing long exposures of the sky. This is from New Hampshire from this past weekend.
…since I’ve updated the blog. One of my new years resolutions was to post at least once a week. I think I’ve averaged once a week since I posted a bunch back in May and June but it’s thinned out quite a bit as work has ramped up and my energy outside of work has been focused on other things.
Fall is my favorite time of year and I’ve been doing my best to enjoy what’s going on in the present, especially the weather! September and October have been filled with weddings, assisting, and doing some of my own freelance work.
I’ve essentially abandoned having one consistent job, or a “day job” and have transitioned 100% to “freelance” where every week is different and things change last minute all the time.
A little while back, I had been asked to photograph the bridges in Boston that go over the Charles. As a native Boston, it was embarrassing that I didn’t know any of the names of these bridges but by spending a day walking to the bridges and photographing them, I instantly got a better understanding and awareness of the bridges. You can check out my photos here.
Longfellow Bridge, shot for Ten Bridge Communications
Beginning in October, I began working with Folks, a start-up magazine/blog associated with PillPack. They have a series called The Moment, where they interview a creative in their home. It’s a different type of photography than what I am used to but I love it. It’s inspiring coming into these homes of creative individuals and working with them to make portraits. The first shoot I had is up on the site, here.
It’s been a creative-filled-inspiring couple of months where I’ve worked with a variety of people who do a variety of things. On top of continuing to second shoot weddings, I also shot a wedding as the lead photographer, assisted and am continuing to assist for this sweet food photographer, and have gone back to working at the portrait studio I worked at last Christmas.
I keep saying winter will be the time where things die down but who knows what’s to come!
Disclaimer: This post was created as a way of procrastinating from the pile of sticky-notes that list the different things I need to do 😉