I would like to share with you one reason why I love my job. Just a few weeks before Christmas, I received a call from a man named Tom asking me to created a few portraits as a surprise Christmas gift for his wife. The images were to include their two grown kids with the family dog, Bailey. We had a great session and I was very excited to hear how the surprise went. On Christmas morning I kept thinking about how the handful of clients that were surprising their loved ones that morning with portraits were doing! The day after Christmas I found this letter in my email box. It was from Tom conveying the whole story of how it all went at his house Christmas morning! _____________________________________________________________________ Hi Kim: Merry Christmas. I hope all your family arrived safely and that you had a wonderful day. Well my wife was overwhelmed with the portraits. I framed the large 16×20 as well as the three 8×10’s. As she was opening her presents she opened one of the 8×10’s which included Bailey first. Her reaction was priceless; I haven’t seen tears of joy like that since I gave her a nice […]
St. Clement’s Castle right here in Connecticut is one of my favorite places to photograph weddings! The setting is spectacular and the inside and outside of the building is perfect for all kinds of formal and informal images. Besides the views and architecture, the staff there is so helpful and accommodating that it is a pleasure to work there. My brides and grooms have all had wonderful things to say about their experience at St. Clement’s as well. I highly suggest this wedding venue if you can book it.
Come join us on a Connecticut PhotoJourney! These classes are for individuals interested in improving their photography skills or to learn how to work their camera. If you already know your camera and just want to practice shooting along side professionals for your own projects or for pleasure, this is definitely the place for you as well! We will be visiting a variety of beautiful places in Connecticut through out the year. If you have a group or club that would like to schedule a private PhotoJourney, I am available to do that as well. I will have a link with a schedule of classes and fees, so please check back here soon! Otherwise, feel free to call or email me for the details or to sign up.
What a great day we had on Sunday. The Natural Light Seminar was a success for all who participated. Everyone learned something about their camera, how to shoot on Manual Mode and take control of the light. Here is a couple of photos that my assistant and friend Roxanne Pandolfi took while we were out on our Photo Safari on the University of Connecticut Campus. Great fun, great people, can’t wait for the next class! Check back soon for the details of the May photo class. Dori and I were discussing some new techniques…. This is the whole class minus Roxanne. What were we photographing up on Horsebarn Hill? Roxanne! I am about to announce the details of the May class as soon as I iron out a few details. It will be an ‘on location’ Travel Photography Experience. It will be a blast! Check back here on the blog SOON! Space is limited. I want to keep the class size small in order to give everyone the personalized instruction and inspiration they deserve.