Category Archives: Worcester

Worcester / Boston Wedding Photography… Hamptons Too!!

Valentine’s Day is less than a week away, which for some of you may mean you’re about to go off the market. Congratulations to you!! Your high school crush will be completely devastated, but, your soon to be partner-in-crime-for-life is in victory lap mode. Now you’ve gotta plan that wedding!!! Wedding photographers vary a lot...

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Corporate Headshots: Worcester, Boston & The Hamptons

In today’s hyper-visual, social-media and image driven economy, your clients (or potential clients) like to know who they’re working with. Whether you’re a sole proprietor in need of a single headshot for marketing purposes, or your entire office needs a refresh of their staff portraits for some branding cohesion, I bring the studio to you!...

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Worcester / Boston Engagement and Wedding Photography

For those of you who got engaged over the Christmas, Hanukkah and New Years holiday season, please let me be the umpteenth person to congratulate you, Congratulations!! Now the real fun begins… planning, planning, compromise, more planning, seating arrangements, modifying guest lists based on friendship hierarchy… or perhaps you’re contemplating resorting to “Plan B.” Another...

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Family Portrait Photography, Autumn in New England (Worcester/Boston)

It’s autumn in New England!! And for a few short weeks, the landscape of the northeast will be transformed into a vibrant kaleidoscope of magnificent color… and then you have to rake it up, ugh. BUT! Before you grab that rake, grab your phone and set up a time for a portrait session. (Or drop...

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Family Photo Albums: Analog to Digital, Scanning and Restoration

Friday morning history lesson: Back in the old days, cameras required film and flash cubes. Those 24 mysterious frames would be processed by a person dressed like a hygienist and to wrap this lesson up quickly, those prints are likely now sitting in a box somewhere in a closet along with some disregarded fitness equipment...

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