Thursday, January 28, 2010

Anne Hathaway honored at 2010 Hasty Pudding

Anne Hathaway was paraded through Cambridge today as she won this year's Hasty Pudding "Woman of the Year" award. It seems like every single professional photographer in the State was there trying to get the shot!

Labels: , , ,

Sunday, January 17, 2010

Obama comes to Boston!

I had the chance to photograph President Obama today during a campaign rally for Attorney General Martha Coakley who is running for the late Senator Kennedy's seat. I tend to shy away from political events where they sit all photographers on risers in the back so they can bump shoulders with each other but this time I thought I'd go and take a few shots for the paper. Its hard to get creative images from these events which i guess makes them a fun challenge to photograph.

Labels: , ,

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Detroit photos published

Nowy Dziennik newspaper, a daily polish paper recently ran a two page spread of my images from Detroit.

Labels: , , , ,

First Metro Assignment of 2010

I went back to work today after over a week off for the holidays and my first assignment was a call on the scanner for a 2 alarm house fire in Lynn which sent one firefighter to the hospital with minor injuries.

Labels: , , ,

Monday, January 4, 2010

New Years Eve Wedding. WOW!

Sarah & Billy were just excellent! They met years ago during a New Years Party in Boston so therefore decide to marry on New Years, the multiple inches of snow that fell that night didn't deter them in any way from going outside and taking some formals

Labels: , , , ,

Holidays 2009, Look closely

Stemming from New York, my Family has created a tradition of viewing the Rockefeller Christmas tree during the holiday week. Here is a quick photo I took of my mother and her tears. She cried happiness for seeing her four boys together for Christmas in NYC!

Labels: ,

First off... Happy 2010!!! Here are a few photos taken from the time I posted last. I traveled to Chicago for a wonderful wedding and had a chance to explorer the Willis Tower ( formerly the Sears Tower) and their new exhibition decks which children seem to love and adults (like me) fear.

Labels: ,