1. During the event there was a rather scary tumble. Both were ok but it really opened your eyes as to the danger involved for both rider and horse.

  2. This weekend I went to Myopia Polo Club to shoot the polo matches. It’s open to the public every Sunday during the summer and I thought it would be a great opportunity for a personal project. I wanted to capture a few action shots but I also wanted to capture aspects of the entire event from the groomers to the patrons. 

  3. It’s the candid shots that I always find the most interesting. They show the essence most clearly of the place and time at which they are taken. Here are some of my favorites from the engagement party.

  4. My brother-in-law and his fiancé asked me if I would take pictures at their engagement party in Beverly, MA. How could I say no? It was a lot of fun and it also gave me the opportunity to get some practice shooting these types of events. I took some “formal-ish” shots as well as some candid. 

  5. This is what summer is all about. My wife and I spent the summer solstice at Crane Beach in Ipswich, MA. In these shots I tried to convey a warm, lazy feeling that I remember from the day.

  6. Here is a shot of the Washington Equestrian Monument in the Public Garden. I’ve been experimenting with some black and white processing. 

    Here is a shot of the Washington Equestrian Monument in the Public Garden. I’ve been experimenting with some black and white processing.