Category: Photography

March 27, 2021

Congratulations to Manchester, NH Fire Chief Dan Goonan on his retirement after 36 years. I was fortunate to spend a day with this remarkable man a few years ago working on a story for Geisel Medicine on the opioid crisis, covering the compassionate and succesful Safe Station program he spearheaded.

February 4, 2021

Fun assignment for Leah McLaughry of Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Real Estate in Hanover, NH. Amazing what a little sunshine can do to make a winter listing pop… below the same shot taken just 24 hours earlier while the snow was still coming down.

November 17, 2018

For over a decade now, I’ve shot the Norwich Halloween gathering in front of the Norwich Inn for Norwich Recreation. When I first started doing it, my own kids were part of the gaggle of kids gathering to bob for donut holes and prepare for trick or treating in town. Now, it’s a whole new…

November 17, 2018

Short notice, but fun assignment: wrote and shot this piece for the Quechee Times earlier this fall. Love the Quechee Library and the atmosphere of introspection and reflection that it fosters. Read the whole thing here.

October 1, 2018

With zero time before deadline, I was asked by the publishers of the Quechee Times to do “something” on the post office in Quechee for their fall issue. Turned into this fun little piece — hardly Pulitzer material, but I think it gets the job done under the circumstances. Great crowd, fun little spot. Read…

March 26, 2015

A couple of days of 50 degree weather, and the glacier across New England is finally starting to recede. Out pops fire hydrants, mail boxes, beer cans, dog turds, withered perennials and other vestiges of last fall. With any luck, this warm spell will continue to work its magic, and soon the Connecticut River will thaw as well.…

March 11, 2015

Dartmouth College is all ivy and copper roofs, red brick and classy tradition. And then there’s… Leverone Field House. The¬†official Dartmouth write-up states: Leverone Field House was designed by Italian architect Pier Luigi Nervi, whose distinctive sports palaces for the 1960 Olympic Games in Rome earned him the laudatory title, “Poet in Concrete.” Yeah. Poetry…