My cousin Meave’s wedding was last weekend. It was such a blast to party and take photos all night. Here is the couple during their first dance, Meave in her vibrant dress.
My brother Hank is in town and we were setting up a photo shoot spot in my living room for a Halloween party we’re having next weekend.
Last week I spent a lovely vacation in St. Croix. My parents generously took myself and Rob, plus my brothers David and Hank on a beautiful trip to this the most rural of the U.S. ...
We had a wonderful trip to the outer banks of North Carolina last week. Sun, sand, salt… all the perfect ingredients. This castle lasted for days as the tides ebbed and flowed.
Our little dog Leia died on Thursday January 5th. She was 16 years old. That’s quite elderly in dog years and an old lady she was. We found her at the pound in Cincinnati, Ohio ...
Doesn’t this feel like the 70′s?
This feels like fall to me.
I’ve been watching The Wire lately, and that show has so many great shots of Baltimore. Row houses really define this city.
This stretch is from my parents’ beloved cat. Everything this cat does they love. She can do nothing wrong.
This is a great pier on the Hudson that Mary and I were admiring. This was taken from a bridge, but I wish I could’ve gotten closer to those great pilings on the end. There’s ...
Another shot of the Mt. Washington Mill. I love these transformed old mills. I remember visiting an old mill in Massachusetts that had been restored into artists studios. There was a great little restaurant and ...
Will these dreary days never end? Here I am, at Mt. Washington mill.
This little kitters hanging out on a street in Baltimore, checking out the scene.
This little man, patiently waiting for the bus. He is so very very tiny!
More rain. My one consolation is my rainbow colored umbrella.
This is a block somewhere in or near Pig Town. What a quintessential Baltimore block with all that formstone.
This is the Mt. Washington mill, an old cotton mill that now houses upper middle class establishments like Whole Foods and Starbucks. These old buildings have beautiful textures and colors.
Dogs. Clams. Tootsies. These are mine, on a day.
It was another intensely dark day. There was so much fog in the air it felt like a jungle. This day was full of creativity, however.
Today has been an incredibly dreary day. I tasked myself with capturing things around my house that matched both the gloomy weather and my depressing mood. Sometimes it is good that these go hand in ...