Much thought lately about what brings us together in relationships, families, neighbors, communities, countries and as a planet.
Over focusing on my Irish work these days for an exciting upcoming project with Sweet Dreams Society!
What a wildly talented group of participants in the Creating Your Vision photography workshop hosted by the Graduater Providence Hotel and Sweet Dreams Society! Infinite gratitude to them and our beautiful models for making the day so special!
Looking forward to the next workshop on Nov. 19th back at the Graduate Providence.
People often said that eyes showed person's soul, but I'd always thought it was hands that spoke the truth.
The Graduate Portrait Series continues at the Graduate Providence with russian model Natalia Gosselin.
The Graduate Portrait Series continues with Providence artist Kimberly Hallman stopping by my Sweet Dreams Society artist residency space at the Graduate Providence demonstrating her keen sense of hand eye coordination.
It was a warm spring day when I photographed professional belly dancer Bev Soloman at the Temple to Music at Roger Williams Park in Providence, RI. Witty, quick and talented, Bev has since moved on to become an accomplished actress and performer on the west coast.
Something very beautiful happens to people when their world has fallen apart: a humility, a nobility, a higher intelligence emerges at just the point our knees hit the floor.
It was a cold sunny day at Colt State Park in Bristol, RI when I photographed the talented cellist Morgan Santos. There was undefined magic in the elegant light and the project just evolved.
I don’t photograph things; I photograph only the difference between things, often with several layers of meaning. The veil in “The Cellist” series offers an illusion of a barrier/threshold and movement of wind energy, musical expression and the beginnings and ends of shadow, light and darkness.