Waterfront Home Photo Shoot

Yesterday I spent the day with Tim Kennedy of Remax Heritage photographing some beautiful waterfront homes located in the Yarmouth and Freeport area.  If only I had a a little money laying around, darn.  Both homes had sweeping views of the water from the all the key living spaces.


In this turbulent housing market selling your home is a tough proposition.  You need to do everything you can to make it stand out in the crowd.  While photography has been a staple of home marketing for decades there is a very broad range of quality in those photos.  In an effort to get top dollar for your home you have more than likely invested in a number of renovations and  improvements to enhance its appeal.  All these efforts can be for not if you can’t generate effective foot traffic.  That said, I recommended you make one more investment in the process, that being the investment of quality photos to properly showcase all of your hard efforts and to ensure your home truly stands out in the crowd.  Please contact me for quotes on making your home the star…

Yarmouth High School Prom 2011

This past Saturday May 21st, I spent the evening photographing the students of Yarmouth High School at their prom.  The theme this year was Moulin Rouge.  I used that to set the tone for my little stage by invoking the opulent reds of velvet as the perfect backdrop.   You can’t have a theme like Moulin Rouge without feather boas and top hats and I was sure to have some on hand as props which the students were more than happy to put to good use.  With so many students looking to get their photographs taken I would not have been able to keep up without the help of fellow photographers Judy Beedle and Scott Eccleston, thank you both so much.   Here is just a sampling of the photos taken that evening.

Leo and Nancy’s 40th Anniversary

This past weekend I had the privilege of joining Leo and Nancy Berg to celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary at the Governor Hill’s Mansion in Augusta. If you have never been to the Hill Mansion it is an absolutely beautiful Colonial Revival. For those that don’t know, Leo and Nancy are the proud owners of Rebecca’s restaurant and have been for many years.

I have to say I wish I had as much energy and spunk as Nancy, she made a grand entrance using the Hill mansion main staircase to great effect gracefully coming down into the waiting arms of Leo and the cheers of the many family and friends that were on hand to celebrate with them. Shortly after making her grand entrance Nancy led us all into the main ballroom to share in their first dance and the cake cutting ceremony where Nancy resisted the urge to fully relive their wedding day cake exchange this time feeding Leo his piece without making him wear it.

It was a great evening that I am sure neither they or their friends and family will soon forget.

I would also like to thank James Stiles of Maine Wedding Films as our team coordinator.

Latest 30 Commercial Production for Insinkerator Contest

This past Monday my film buddies Matt Fletcher, Reggie Hodges and Ben Forgione and I got together to shoot a short 30 second spot for the video contest that the Insikerator company was holding to promote their line of instant hot water dispensers. We worked our butts off filming two different pieces in one day. Here is the first piece we shot. This was filmed using the Canon 7D.

Patient Models

Huiru, Christina and Huiru’s brother Aaron have been my patient models on many occasions. Here are some photos I have taken of them on our travels:

F a c e b o o k
T w i t t e r