A new boardwalk in a cedar swamp at the Witt Swamp Preserve in Norway, Maine. Fall.
2019 was fuller than most for me and my family. Between family and full work schedule, finding the me to write on this blog seemed like a distant dream. So it’s a new year, and with it comes the inevitable (and seemingly annual) resolution to be better with my social.
Last year I was blessed to shoot photos and videos for some great clients. In no particular order, here are some photos from fourteen of those assignments.
Revision Energy employee Skizz Mancini installing solar panels on a multi-family home in Lowell, Massachuetts. Last winter I created a series of solar energy installation photos for the Barr Foundation.
Sunset from the summit of Cobble Mountain in Kent, Connecticut. Macedonia Brook State Park. I spent some time in northwestern Connecticut in September and October for Weantinoge Heritage Land Trust.
Migrating alewives in Mill Brook in Westbrook, Maine. Spring. This year I spent several days shooting for the Casco Bay Estuary Partnership in the Portland, Maine area.
Eleanor Pearl and her sons Bill (left) and Howard in the farm house on their farm in Loudon, New Hampshire. The Trust for Public Land asked me photograph the Pearl Farm in Loudon, New Hampshire.
Manomet’s Alan Kneidel outfits a whimbrel, Numenius phaeopus, with a solar powered tracking device in Wellfleet, Massachuisetts. I’ve done several projects with Manomet over the last couple of years- always an interesting day.
East Branch Clarion River, Johnsonburg, PA. The Conservation Fund had photograph several projects in the spring including this working forest in Pennsylvania.
Rangers at the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center in Church Creek, Maryland. The Conservation Fund is also working in Dorchester County, Maryland to preserve land in the Harriet Tubman Rural Legacy Area.
Hughes River Wildlife Management Area near Parkersburg, West Virginia. In West Virginia, The Conservation Fund is helping to create new wildlife management areas.
Fly-fishing on the Crooked River in Otisfield, Maine. I spent several days shooting in the Sebago Lake Watershed for Sebago Clean Waters. I shot several properties owned by both Loon Echo Land Trust and Western Foothills Land Trust. Sebago Lake is the drinking water supply for the city of Portland.
Prescribed burn on the grassland at The Nature Conservancy‘s Kennebunk Plains Preserve in Kennebunk, Maine.
One of the balloons used to protest Northern Pass flies over the Rocks Estate in Bethlehem, New Hampshire, during the October 2019 Northern Pass celebration. The Society for the Protection of NH Forests held a party to celebrate the defeat of the Northern Pass project in NH. My film The Power of Place documented the fight to prevent this electricity transmission project.
An aerial view of the forest in Jackson, New Hampshire. White Mountains. Mount Doublehead. The Trust for Public Land‘s Dundee Forest project.
Dawn in the Hamilton Cove Preserve in Lubec, Maine. I went a little off script here while shooting some tourism lifestyle imagery for Down East and Acadia Regional Tourism.
Logged area in the Birch Ridge preserve in New Durham, New Hampshire. This was shot as part of a ling term forest restoration project by the Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire.
Let me know if you have questions about any of these projects. I am looking forward to shooting more great projects in 2020!