Breakfast, Trudie

Oct 2, 2014

My muse in a quiet moment eating her breakfast. She’s being natural, allowing me to explore her, allowing for a window into what is happening. She is the perfect muse, letting go of any goal beyond just being herself so I can capture the moment. It’s the mundane imbued with a story, leaving room for the […]

Receiving the Gifts of the Muse, Nantucket

Sep 11, 2014

It’s a perfect Nantucket day. I’m in the outdoor shower and Trudie comes over to keep me company, setting up her towel to get some sun. As I look out, I see her, relaxed, natural. I’m soaking wet but I have to quickly get my camera before the moment is gone. She’s being spontaneous, I […]

Our Clients Show Their Fine Art Larrabee Portraits

Jan 23, 2014

We suggest to our clients that they hang their Larrabee family portraits in places where they can see them often because they serve as reminders of what is beautiful and honest and enduring in their lives. These images can lift your mood, make you happy. They are healing images. Below we share some examples of […]

Faces of Light®: Stories from Breast Cancer Survivors

Oct 15, 2013

In 2006 and again in 2008, we had the unique opportunity to be involved in two very special projects dreamed up by Sharon Kratochvil and Pam Zangrillo, both breast cancer survivors from Darien. We felt it was a perfect fit since Ben doesn’t photograph the way people look, he photographs their energy. Ben wanted to show […]

Turn Off the Flash on Your Camera!!

Feb 25, 2013

Take charge, don’t let the camera dictate when you need artificial light. The flash is not meant as “standard operating procedure”. It’s a last resort when you “must” get the shot at your girl friend’s birthday bash. If you don’t turn it off, the flash pops up at the least provocation to rob you of […]