The life of a corporate portrait photographer who likes to shoot just about anything.


Christmas Tree

Two Teenagers carry a Christmas Tree.

With Thanksgiving and Black Friday behind us – yes, I did hit the stores at 6 AM but without any real quest for a particular item – it was time to live the Norman Rockwell experience and cut down our Christmas tree. It’s always the first Saturday (or Sunday) in December. The family and I always head over to Pennsylvania where there’s a particular tree farm that we love. I roam the farm for about 20 minutes searching for the right tree. Actually all of them are the right tree, it’s just that I want to “live” the experience for a few minutes. I wait all year for this moment and I don’t want it to end too quickly. After we find the right tree – we buy two, one for the living room and the other one (smaller) is in my daughter’s room – it’s time for our greasy, high-cholesterol, saturated fat and tasty breakfast at a local restaurant. We do what we can to support the local economy.

The House in the Snow…

Snow, Winter, Abandoned House

Can you get any more erie than this? This is where I’m going to film my horror movie.

(I’d also include uncanny, sinister, ghostly, unnatural, supernatural, otherworldly, strange, abnormal, odd, weird, freakish, creepy, scary, spooky, freaky, frightening, bone-chilling, spine-chilling, hair-raising, blood-curdling AND terrifying.)


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