It’s been, what, a month and a half since I returned from vacation in North Carolina? Well, it’s a beautiful day out and of course I’m inside editing photos. The good news is that I have finally finished editing my photos from the Biltmore Estate in Asheville. These photos were taken as part of a […]
As I mentioned in my last post, I have been away on vacation in North Carolina. It was a nice change of location spent with plenty of family. Getting back into the swing of things at work has been slow because my mind is still in vacation mode. As such, I thought the best way […]
I have taken on a new documentary project with the non-profit group, Sisters with Purpose. The group puts together a grand cotillion ball every year as a fundraiser for their youth mentoring program. The mentoring program, called Pathways for Young Leaders, was created to ‘educate and empower every youth to become worldwide impactful leaders.’ It’s […]
Two weeks have passed, and thus far I have kept my new year’s resolution to do more personal photography. This week I focused on using my 50mm macro lens at a 2.5 aperture. A 50mm lens is basically how your eye sees the world (as opposed to a telephoto lens that allows you to get […]
It’s the start of the year, and like everyone else, I have some new year’s resolutions which I would like to complete. My goals for this year are to work on my personal photography projects and to try and achieve more of a life/work balance. I started today by taking the entire day off — […]
WORDS: In the light of day, it seemed so very reasonable, clear, straightforward. But in the middle of the night, in the dark, it all fell apart. No reason, no clarity, no straight path to righteousness.
WORDS: The circus had come to town. In the cages, the animals waited. Some were quiet, and clung to the sides of their captivity. Others roared, and leapt at any imagined opportunity to burst free. A little girl stood in the middle of the ring and watched it all with wide eyes. PICTURES:
WORDS: It started out like any other day. I woke up just before the alarm, turned it off so as not to wake my husband. Hauled myself out of bed, put on my faded bunny slippers and padded to the bathroom. My business there taken care of, I proceeded to the kitchen, put on water, […]
Donna Maxon, aka Staten Island’s own Bette Midler, played the Pink Elephant in Manhattan this summer. I was in the audience and captured her discolicious performance. Save
Donna Maxon performs in her one-woman holiday cabaret show at the Edgewater Hall in Staten Island.