My work will be up at the Darien Nature Center for another two weeks, til end of July. If you haven’t had a chance to see it, I hope you can swing by before it comes down. I’ve had several sessions over the last month with crazy and fun animals that would have made a great addition to the ”Pet Project” exhibit at the DNC. This photograph is actually hanging at the Nature Center and is a personal favorite since this silly, happy dog, Tuque visits our house just about every day, causing quite a ruckus whenever she appears. We love her though, with that cute mischievous smile, and wouldn’t have her any other way.
I have a new project in the works, capturing that unique friendship between teenagers … what we remember from our own childhood and what we see in our own teenage kids. The portraits are actually taken in my garage…hence “garage sessions”. Stay tuned for more.
. . . this Sunday is father’s day. Here’s a recent one from a Tilley Pond session. Gift certificates are available if you’re still trying to figure out what to wrap up in time for breakfast on Sunday. And I hate to say it, but I always like gifts that I can use as well…more like a gift for the family on father’s day;). However you celebrate, hope it’s a great day.
After a rainy May and a few more Pet Project sessions in support of Wildlife in Crisis, my work is finally up at the Darien Nature Center. The opening reception is Wednesday, June 11 from 6 – 8 and the work will be on display through the end of July. I always love photographing these shoots. Pets can almost always guarantee a happy kid!
Once again, I’m offering a limited number of special “Pet Project” mini sessions this month in support of Wildlife in Crisis, a non profit organization for animal preservation in Weston Ct. Drop me an email if you’d like more information or would like to book a session. These shoots are offered at a reduced sitting fee of $150 and are specifically for kids and their pets.
It’s a fun shoot and thankfully, the weather is finally cooperating!