Monday, November 24, 2014
A few years ago, portraits were my least-favorite aspect of my job as a photojournalist. I always felt like I rushed myself, and I could've gotten something better. Because of this, I've worked hard to take my time, and use my imagination to make creative, reflective portraits, and I'm now at the point where I see them as an opportunity to have more control over the image, and look forward to them. I've gotten behind on updating this blog, and am resolving to resume posting a few times a month, next, I'll be posting some of my favorite features since I've updated you last.
Monday, March 17, 2014
In Vermont and New Hampshire, Town Meeting day is not only a big deal, but one of the signs that Winter is (hopefully) on its way out. I'm given a good deal of time to stand in the corner and wait for Town Meeting to become more than a meeting. The longer I stay, the more I see- little details, or moments between friends, or a bored teenager yawning. I enjoy showing our little communities why Town Meeting matters, how its good to get out and see what your neighbors are up to, and vote on the things you care about in your town.