I love faces. Taking a portrait is an honor. I always do my best to my to take the best portrait I can, whether it’s informal, formal, environmental, or commemorative. I’m honestly interested in you and want you to feel comfortable and relaxed for the camera. I like to find locations where everyone feels comfortable and where there’s great light. Everyone is interesting and everyone is beautiful. I like variety of situation, light and shadow. I work with each client to individually to create the kind of portrait that reflects them best.
In the sideshow, Carol is posing in dark Jackie-O glasses in her environmental portrait, Tina is posing for a relaxed business portrait in her yard. Jane, recently divorced, wanted some new headshots, while Sue and Dave were commemorating her 50th birthday at Herring Cove. I snapped Tom and his son Steven on Gray’s Beach, informal and revealing at the same time as Tom was recovering from surgery. Anne Marie and her cousins swaying in the backyard hummock and Maggie during her yearbook photo session on a jetty in Scituate. Both cobbler Sola and barber Stan in their Hyannis shops. An the lovely Nora’s yearbook picture taken at Skaket Beach.