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Pawtucket’s Historic Hydropower

The Blackstone River has provided power to Pawtucket for over 200 years.  It is known as the birthplace of the industrial revolution in America. In 1793 Slater Mill became the first factory in America to produce cotton yarn with water powered … Continue reading

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United Way Portrait Shoot

Earlier this year the United Way hired me to photograph the 211 staff. The 211 staff are highly trained and caring specialists who are available to Rhode Islanders to find help for everything from addiction issues, to food, shelter and heating … Continue reading

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Optimism in Providence

On January 5th I had the great honor of photographing the inauguration events for the new Mayor of Providence, Jorge Elorza. Working with my assistant, John Tavares, we documented the day’s events from the swearing-in ceremony to the inaugural party. As … Continue reading

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A Morning at Wishing Stone Farm

The other day I spent the morning at Wishing Stone Farm in Little Compton, RI, which my wife and I buy organic produce from almost every week of the year.  It was a Wednesday, so the morning was spent gathering … Continue reading

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Alden Restoration

Two years ago, after living in the Ocean State for 25 years, I learned how to sail. I took sailing classes at the Community Boating Center in Providence I was immediately hooked. I sailed with friends in Providence and also … Continue reading

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Winter Light

In between snowstorms we took a drive to Little Compton.  The ocean looks different in every season.  The sun and the water were putting on a light show. I love that bright strip of light on the horizon. It reminds … Continue reading

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Fern Frost

Many times nature has a way of blowing our minds and reminding us who is the real artist. Just as we are ready to curse the frigid cold air stinging our exposed skin it is as if the person upstairs … Continue reading

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