I started my business in 1983 photographing weddings. This naturally led to event photography - reunions, anniversary parties, charity events and other celebrations. I was chosen to be one of the official photographers for the Inauguration of George H Bush in 1989. In 1999, I moved to Stow, Ma and continued with weddings and events - even being featured in Boston Bride Magazine.
I've since retired from my wedding business and now spend time creating portraits, restoration of old and damaged photos and mentoring other photographers. I have been an educator and am a life-long learner.
I am active in both PPA (Professional Photographers of America 20+ years) and PPAM (Professional Photographers of Massachusetts). I recently became certified through PPA.
Yes, I'm also a techo-geek. So I can produce slideshows for you that run on your tablets and phones– so that your photographs can now be portable and still professional. But please, print your photos! Those tablets and phones quickly become obsolete and your memories are gone or cannot be read! Remember the floppy disk? Or betamax? CDs and DVDs are soon to be obsolete, and most newer systems don't even include them. Will USB flashdrives be the next victim in obsolescence? Digital is fun to share on social media ... but you need more for future generations to enjoy them ! Printing will preserve them for generations.