Archive for the ‘boulder’ Category

See my other blog, if you want to see photo stories from the town where I live, Boulder Colorado.


It’s hard enough driving by car in snow, but Boulder certainly has the heartiest bike commuters!


I have this project I’ve been working on the last six months called The Wise Photo Project.  I photograph older folks who often don’t have anyone taking their photo.  Most of the attention is on the kids, and as one older man once told me, “The older you get the more invisible you become.”  So my goal is to photograph them and print and frame their images big so that they can be shared on their family’s walls.

Here’s a series I shot today.  It was so much fun, and he was such a character.  If you want to find out more and get a portrait done, contact me.




I’ve been a fan of the New York Times LENS blog and the Boston Globe’s THE BIG PICTURE blog, so I started one in Boulder, CO.  Looking for contributors–photographers and writers.  Take a look.  It should be a fun ride.  BOULDER VIEWFINDER.


I’m a 28-year pro photojournalist with many awards, but who cares?  It’s your photo that matters most. Please see my work:

I’d love to be your family or business’s photographer.




I was a photojournalist in the 1980s and 1990s in Trenton, NJ, working for a daily newspaper.  Left in 2001 and the paper laid off most of its staff shortly thereafter.  What a great heyday we had, though, while it lasted.  It was incredible.  Shooting political events, pro sports, spot news, big NJ events.



There’s a place in Boulder by the courthouse, at 13th Street and the Pearl Street Mall, where you can get your hula on, anytime.  Just pick one up and join the group.