Archive for November, 2014
John’s Woodpile
John's Woodpile

Last Saturday I headed over towards Augusta to run an errand, then stopped in at my friends John and Mercy to help John with his new darkroom and new/old camera (an ancient 8×10 he got off eBay). The session was more of a figuring out his weird shutter and arranging the darkroom kind of thing, […]

Rockland Lobster Trap Christmas Tree
Rockland Lobster Trap Christmas Tree

I just happened to be in Rockland as locals were starting to build the Lobster Trap Christmas Tree, so I made a few photos! Locals add another row of lobster traps to the annual tree, which Rockland claims is the largest such structure in the world. One of the tree builders helps steady a colleague. […]

Juice 4.0 Conference, Rockland, Maine
Juice 4.0 Conference, Rockland, Maine

  Last week I was hired to document the Juice 4.0 Conference in Rockland, Maine. The work day started with a very-snowy 7am drive from Camden. Since I parked down there anyhow I thought I’d get a shot of the water: I began photographing the event around 7:30, and didn’t really stop until about 11pm. […]

The Dawson Cabin, Glady, WV
The Dawson Cabin, Glady, WV

At the end of October I had the opportunity to spend a few days at my family’s rustic cabin in the mountains of West Virginia. I’d been itchin’ to make some more tintypes of the place, including details of some of the artifacts and capturing aspects of life at the cabin. Over two days of […]