On the trip I took to Watch Hill back in late June, I brought along my Canon A-1 for some film shooting along side my digital camera. Here’s some favorite film shots from that day all shot on Kodak Gold 200.
This past Saturday night, WaterFire Providence returned to the rivers of downtown for the first time in nearly two years.
This summer I wanted to make it a priority into getting out more to shoot photographs, especially in Providence. This story is a look at some of my favorite PVD shots from several photo trips to Providence during this past June and July.
Happy National Lighthouse Day! Today seems like a good day to share some photos from a sunrise trip I took to Point Judith and Galilee about a month ago.
I am excited to participate in a group show “An August Light” this month at AS220’s Aborn Gallery in Providence. “Sunset at Watch Hill Cove, 2021” and “Path Through the Dunes at Napatree Point, 2021” are both on display for the month of August along with many other pieces from great local artists.
I recently picked up an old film camera and shot my first few rolls of 35mm film. Here’s some photos from that first shoot on a summer evening in Providence.
A couple Sundays ago I had the chance to take a trip down to Watch Hill, Rhode Island for some evening photos, and it ended up being a night to remember. Here’s some of my favorite photographs from the day.
Happy Earth Day! In the last couple of weeks, the spring has finally arrived here in Rhode Island! Here are some of my favorite shots so far of Spring 2021.
It’s Christmas Eve afternoon, and with it being a more low-key holiday than usual this year, I thought it would be a good day to take a look back at some highlights from the fall.
It’s the first Saturday of December, and with the holidays fast approaching, I wanted to take a look back at some of my favorite shots from the fall.
I ended up only making it out a few times to shoot, but three of those trips were to Lincoln Woods State Park, one of my favorite spots in Rhode Island in the fall. It was cool to be able to visit the same spots and see the progression of the colors over the last two weeks of October.
Bristol is one of my favorite spots in Rhode Island, and in the last few years I’ve always tried to get down there in the weeks leading up to the Fourth of July for some photos. This year, I also made it to the parade. Check out my first photo story to see the images from Bristol and the parade!