Just shy of one year ago, my shutter clicked on a group of students drinking wine, listening to music and enjoying the brand-spanking-new Boston Center for Adult Education in the South End of Boston, and a fruitful freelance career was born. Since that Friday night in late March, I've shot an oyster tasting at Legal Seafoods, countless classes (Cooking for Singles! Whiskey tasting! Sewing! Italian cooking!); member events (Caramba its the Samba, Bollywood at the BCAE); and done a lot of other fun projects for this great non-profit. I have to thank my dear friend Jennifer Scott for hooking me up with this great gig, and for keeping me working even after I left my beloved Boston. My work has been featured in member brochures, marketing materials, on the website, and on the catalogs - and here's the latest:
A lovely shot of the exterior of the BCAE that if memory serves me correctly, I shot on my very first night at the BCAE.
Here it is, spring again, yet another new beginning for me. I'm finally putting my roots down here on the shores of Cape Cod, and looking forward to expanding my business here. Thanks to all of my friends for your support and guidance in the years since I've "gone public" with my photography. I still like to fly under the radar - but I love every minute I spend behind the camera.