I’m passionate about local farms, and I’ve photographed a lot of them. This time, I turned my lens on a different kind of farm: a farm in the ocean! Fox Point Oysters is a small oyster farm in Little Bay, part of New Hampshire’s Great Bay estuary. Like wine grapes, oysters take on a distinct […]
Last summer I had the opportunity to photograph Conor and Shelby Guptill of Hackmatack Farm, a bison farm in Berwick, ME. My goal was to get behind the public face of a farm brand, to capture the love and care they put into the food they produce, and create honest, organic lifestyle images. The land […]
This fall, Down East magazine sent me to photograph Ed Lutjens of Portland Barrel Company, Maine’s premier craftsman in the resurgent trade of barrel making. An honored profession for thousands of years, coopers became largely obsolete just fifty years ago when steel barrels and cardboard boxes superseded wooden casks. Today, they are making a comeback due […]
In architectural images, adding people makes the image more dynamic, gives a sense of scale, illustrates how a space might be used, and can highlight design features but, most importantly, it humanizes the space. After all, isn’t the space designed for people? For these images of the newly renovated common spaces at Harbor View at the […]
What makes a work space inviting? Here are two places I wouldn’t mind working in! The Cooperative Venture (COVE) Workspace is a co-working space in downtown Portsmouth, designed by SOMMA Studios and Malloy Interiors. Shared common spaces with modern furnishings and tasteful art give a casual and friendly feel to what is still a very […]
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