Monday, March 22, 2010

Elijah, Chasing Legends, Cupcakes, and Slot Cars

Well that turned out to be a pretty busy weekend... We started with day trip to philly on Friday to see family and do a newborn shoot for friends. We expected that it'd be a long day, but we had problems with traffic all day long and didn't end up getting home until after midnight. The trip was worth it though, and we did get a nice dinner at the Tap Room before hitting the road.

Saturday morning i was off to Georgetown to shoot stills for Gripped Films while they shot some sequences for Chasing Legends. I think I got some pretty good results. Once shooting wrapped and I got home I barely had time to clean up before we hit the road again, this time for the first of two birthday parties. The first was for one of Sam's friends, the second for Rob, one of my oldest friends. Sam's party was fun, but i think Rob's took the cake, if only because of the slot car track.

After all that excitement, we needed Sunday to unwind. Heather did an amazing amount of work in the garden while I took Sam out for a ride in the trailer and edited edited pictures while he napped. Once Heather was done in the garden I even got to sneak in a quick mountain bike ride at Fairland.

This weekend, in other places:

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

The One Day Project

I posted this last week to, but since i've probably got more readers over here i'm re-posting. please take a look and consider becoming part of this project and doing something small to help people who desperately need..


Sunday, February 21st we'll be taking pictures that we hope will make a difference. Maybe not in the lives of the people we're shooting (though we hope they'll like the portraits we make) but in the lives of people we can't shoot. The earthquake in Haiti hit a little closer to home than we'd expected it to and we found ourselves looking for a way to help. We're not doctors or nurses or search & rescue experts. We can't fly there and rebuild houses ourselves.

What we can to do is to help raise some badly needed money for the people that are their now and can do that work that needs to be done.

So what does this mean to you, and what is The One Day Project? If you make a donation to Oxfam then we'll make a portrait of you for you to use as your profile picture on facebook, linked in, or any other social networking sites. We're giving the 21st of February to work on this project. Please make a donation and head over to the booking form to let us know you're coming.

And if you want to come by and help keep the day running smoothly, let us know


Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Snowing Again

This is actually from our trip to 7 Springs in January, but it seems appropriate today.