One of my photos won first place in the National Press Photographer’s Association (NPPA) national feature/single picture category. Pretty exciting! Some of you may remember that I originally wrote about the photo in a post called “Drive-Thru Prayers” back in April. In the picture, Liam Buck of the Woodville Baptist Church in Hopkinton, MA was holding a […]
After three assignments, in three towns, and nearly 1000 frames, I had ample opportunity this Memorial Day to think about those who gave everything for our country. I feel fortunate to have been able to witness, document, and experience the celebration of those brave men and women; and I still shed tears when role call […]
While on my way to an assignment this morning I drove past a group outside a small church holding up signs offering “Drive-Thru Prayers” so I turned my car around to see what the hell heck that was all about! I mean, how could you not stop? Drive-thru prayers? It turns out it was the church’s […]
I spent the day in Hopkinton at the scene of a murder-suicide at 141 Hayward Street. Middlesex County District Attorney Gerard Leone says the homeowner Todd Vogel shot his wife Lori Levangie and then shot himself. Neighbors described the street as a tight-knit lakeside community and said there were no signs of trouble between the […]
A couple of weeks ago I shot the Powder Puff Football Game at Hopkinton High School. The game is a yearly tradition that involves the Senior girls taking on the Junior girls in a game of flag football. These girls were impressive on the field and showed incredible athleticism…”powder puff” doesn’t do them justice!