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Monthly Archives: April 2010

Tiled

I had a portrait assignment at a swanky Boston high rise office building yesterday. It had a quite a view, but I kept getting distracted by just watching the people walking below.

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Bode Miller

I photographed five-time Olympic medalist Bode Miller at a charity event on Cannon Mountain a few weeks back. Miller, who is from Franconia, NH, does the event for his sister’s charity, the Turtle Ridge Foundation. Each year he comes out and skis with a couple hundred kids and then participates in a downhill race. He […]

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Taken

I spent a few hours with Al and Susan McIlvene a couple weeks ago. The McIlvene’s were victims of a Ponzi scheme that took millions from people all throughout the country. Concord Monitor reporter Dan Barrick has been covering the story for quite some time and wrote a great piece about the victims of the […]

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Tired

I covered my first track meet today in quite sometime. It was a lot of fun wandering around and just watching high school kids be kids. Here’s a snap of some guys after they had just finished a 2 mile race. I don’t know how they do it.

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Hard Lines

I photographed a big tea party rally today (pictures to come soon). In the midst of the event I happened to look over and see someone chatting on a payphone. I swear I thought these were obsolete.

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Fly Fishing

A few weeks back I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to cover the opening day of trout and salmon fishing in New Hampshire. I love assignments that require me to wake up early. When I was starting out as a photographer, I dreamed of one day living the National Geographic lifestyle. I wanted […]

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Super Fans

Way way way back in the day when I was in high school (2003), we had a pretty good basketball team. However, my calling wasn’t on the court, it was on the sidelines. Myself, along with a few friends, were those fans with our shirts off and body and paint all over. We prepared for […]

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