Nothing was more beautiful than the shoreline of Ocean City, New Jersey, on this particular morning. With the casinos of Atlantic City in the background, we shot the beauty that nature gives us on the East Coast. And, of course, I was fortunate to have an incredibly beautiful (and smart!) high school teen model for this shoot.
One of my greatest joys as a photographer is being able to create vacation photos that inspire me. Here, in the beautiful Cape Cod village of Falmouth, a cool June evening tells the story of our vacation by the ocean this year.
We found the perfect beach to shoot this lovely teen – even midday with full sun the views and backdrops were spectacular. She was a good sport as well – able to relax and just enjoy the session despite a chill on a cool February day.
Before heading off to Las Vegas and Boston, I was fortunate enough to be asked to do a small private workshop in SouthWest Florida. Here is a sneak peek from two of the sessions.
In a small rocky jut of land, equidistant from the skyscrapers of Surfers Paradise and the moderate buildings of Currumbin, lies a little piece of paradise. We brought the lovely Magda out for an ethereal sunset shoot in the cool Australian Winter.
Of course, variety is always the aim for me – how can I take the same model, same location, same make up and clothing and make each image distinct, different, and yet interesting in its own right. It’s a challenge – one I hope I rose to in this particular session!
How could I not stop and shoot in these gorgeous vineyards of Napa Valley, California? We had a spectacular sunset but only a few minutes before we had to be at the airport to leave for Boston.
And a wonderful time enjoying the Memorial Day holiday while in Boston:
At a fort in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
We woke up at 4:00 am in order to arrive at this beach at Sunrise. And what glorious light there was to be found in those early hours of the morning while most slept in.
I have been a part of an amazing set of sessions here – maternity on the Jersey shore, a bridal session on top of an iron bridge spanning the Delaware, teens in vintage 1960s trains… I LOVE my work! And a big thanks to Amy Ortiz of Saje Photography for her wonderful hospitality during my time there.
This wonderful couple braved a cold and windy 8:00 pm shoot so we could catch a dramatic Spring sunset. The storm was moving in but fortunately left us with enough sky before the cloud cover took over completely. Congratulation to the new mother and father! Here’s a sneak peek of your shoot:
Time to break out the artistic skills again.