BL Journal

Managing Your Larrabee Prints

Jul 11, 2013

“You’re not the first client to run out of wall space” It’s not unusual for our clients to run out of wall space to hang their Larrabee family portraits. Our solution is the book; a hand made, hard cover book of photo prints. The prints are the pages of the book and can be removed […]

Framing Your Larrabees

Jun 20, 2013

Part of the experience of working with us is that we visit your home to advise on placement, framing and hanging of your Larrabee family portraits. And if necessary we will custom fit frame sizes to your walls. Face in plexi is one of the options we offer our clients. Here are a couple examples of […]

Why Ben Digs Black and White

Jun 4, 2013

Recently Ben was asked why he likes working with black and white images. Here’s what he had to say: “Without the color I can more clearly focus on the formal elements of image making such as rhythm, texture and space.” “Occasionally I’ll see a color image that totally seduces me. What can I do, I’m […]

Unplugging

May 21, 2013

For the past four years we’ve returned to the same place to unplug from the day to day and plug into each other. We’ve discovered the perfect setting to do this, a small private island in the Grenadines where we have no Internet, phone and TV, only a handful of other guests and complete privacy. […]

Layers of Meaning

Apr 18, 2013

Each layer shows different aspects of Trudie, adding to the story of how I experienced her that day, on Nantucket, the summer of 2012.  I’ve combined the layers of texture, tone and rhythm to expand the visual complexity and meaning of the final image. I invite the viewer to step back and reflect on how […]