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  1. Portrait session with Mister G (Ben Gundersheimer)

    06 Dec 2021

    It was my great pleasure to photograph the wonderful Mister G. (Ben Gundersheimer) on location at his home in Whately, Massachusetts.  Mister G. is a Latin Grammy musician, author, and educator. He has released ten award-winning albums of original music for children and families, including four bilingual (Spanish/English). His 2015…


  2. Mister G (Ben Gundersheimer) at The Common School

    01 Nov 2021

    We met Ben and Katherine at Whetstone Station  during our weekly family night out in Brattleboro, Vt. Whetstone has been our venue of choice as it  has good grub and drinks, outdoor seating with a fabulous view, and close to the mighty  VCP  where we pay Josh a visit before…


  3. Engagement session with Megan and Joseph in the Pioneer Valley

    04 Oct 2021

    I had a wonderful time with my soon to be wedding clients, Megan and Joseph, on a little engagement shoot out here in the Pioneer Valley today. They were good enough to come out from north central Massachusetts to my neck of the woods, and we had a fine afternoon…


  4. Portrait session(s) with Dave the mechanic, over the years

    11 Mar 2021

    A collection of images of David Rondina of David’s Auto in Leeds, Massachusetts. David is an excellent and honest mechanic, and an accommodating subject as well. Whenever I’m trying out something new, I always experiment on David. Some more portraits can be seen here.


  5. Impromptu portrait session with Chuck at the bridge

    07 Jan 2021

    I met Chuck while out photographing the wintery terrain in and around the Pioneer Valley of western Massachusetts. He was doing a mid-winter ride in full cold weather gear, and he just looked too cool not to photograph Shot on 35mm film at the Bardwell’s Ferry Bridge in Shelburne Falls,…


  6. The Pioneer Valley in mid-winter

    03 Jan 2021

    Photos from a day traveling in western Massachusetts, in and around Montague, Leverett, Williamsburg, Conway, and Shelburne. More shots like this can be seen here.  Images shot on 35mm film and digital.


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