Pushing the Boundaries

Sep 18, 2014

When I look at Trudie I’m inspired to pick up my camera. Sometimes I see her beauty other times I see texture and rhythm. The photos I take of her are very intimate and personal. They are a part of our experience, our relationship. I’m not satisfied unless I feel the intimacy “my truth” in […]

Reflections on an evening at Lumber Yard Restaurant, Amherst, MA

Feb 27, 2012

It was February 14 and we decided to spend our evening at Lumber Yard restaurant in Amherst, MA where only four months earlier we had hung our permanent installation of Ben’s fine art portrait photographs. This would be our first time experiencing Lumber Yard alive as a bustling restaurant. The co-owner, Cindy Nelson, warmly greeted […]

Tracks II, Great Point

Jun 20, 2011

The trip out to Great Point Lighthouse took us about an hour. A big part of the journey was maneuvering around the tracks in the sand; ruts, cross overs and sometimes around an oncoming car returning from the Point. I had Trudie drive the truck so I could photograph the tracks in the sand from […]

Great Point Lighthouse, Nantucket

Jun 3, 2011

We made the journey to Great Point four times to photograph the lighthouse. Each day I looked at the images feeling like something intangible was missing. On the day before leaving the island a realization came to me during my morning meditation; the lighthouse was meant to be seen from the water. It was a […]

Nantucket Ferry Study

Jun 22, 2009

Today I’m looking forward to doing a photo study of the Nantucket Ferry.  I hope I find what I’m looking for.