The holiday season feels like forever ago, and Old Man Winter is reminding us here that we have a long way to go before flowers start popping up. Despite the single digit temps and wind chill, I wanted to get outside last night and photograph the Super Blood Moon Eclipse for my daughter, who'd been asleep since 8:30. This meant a lot of pausing the DVR while my wife tried to enjoy the evening's episode of True Detective, but I did get it done.
I have to give an amazing shout out to the folks at Long Island LitFest and the Cinema Arts Centre who invited me down to meet and make portraits of author Lee Child, who later took the stage to discuss just how cool it is to be the author of the Jack Reacher novels. Mr. Child was remarkably fun, easy to photograph, and thrilled the audience.
Head shots and location portrait work was the name of the game over at Walden Environmental Engineering, where we returned to make sure their Marketing Team had everything they needed to make them look good - their website is really coming together and looks awesome. Thanks to Kristin, who was as welcoming as ever!