Monthly Archives: March 2011

Eric’s Ordination

Recently I had the opportunity to photograph the ordination and installation of Eric Kaminetzky to the Unitarian Universalist Church ministry. My friend and colleague, Doug King, was photographing this event at his church and asked my to help out. I’d never attended an event like this before. I enjoyed the humor and laughter – no […]

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Environmental portraits : Hawaii edition

Here’s a bit of blast from the past. When I lived in Hawaii I gave myself the assignment to create environmental portraits of friends and strangers. My goal was to reveal to the viewer something about the subject through the setting and mood of the photo. I used my trusty Hasselblad and kept the images […]

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Teacups and the Lensbaby

One great thing about personal work is that you can just have fun. I bought three demitasse cups from my good friend Beth Evans-Ramos when she was downsizing from her 5000 sq. ft. house to a home less than half that size. She was a little nostalgic about letting these delicate beauties go (they belonged […]

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