For a local newspaper, I photographed the CVU High school boys and girls basketball teams each play a scrimmage. It looks to be a great season ahead for both squads:
It has become tradition for our family to celebrate Thanksgiving with our close friends who live just across the road. We trade houses each year, but we share the cooking and it’s always a wonderful feast and a very special day.
Bella looks like what we all felt at the end of the day!
Max and Melissa are expecting a baby and I had the honor to photograph the parents-to- be just days before the baby’s due date. They are a beautiful couple and I can’t wait to meet the new addition. For now, here are a few images of the two of them (and their canine children) from the portrait session:
Gillian and I dusted off our cross country skis and headed to Sleepy Hollow Ski Center for our first official day of the season! We were so excited! OK, so it’s not stellar conditions yet..but it was still great to be outside and on the trails. Thanks, Sleepy Hollow!
Packing up for the day (just an excuse to show off our bumber stickers!)
The Buccaneers football season came to an official close last Thursday with the annual awards dinner held at CVU. Players in all levels received trophies and special recognition was paid to the departing 8th graders. CVU Coach Jim Provost attended and he gave each 8th grade player a CVU Redhawks T shirt and a football bag and said he looked forward to seeing them all next season at the high school. It was a fun night for both players and their families–
Families pitched in to make a great Italian style dinner.
Boy, can those kids eat!
Lori Palmer, who played master of ceremonies, has been the backbone of Buccaneers football for years and I dont know what they will do without her next year! Thanks for everything, Lori!
The Flag Football coach pays recognition to his team.
The 5th and 6th graders get their trophies from Coach Mike Hulvey.
The 7th and 8th grade players wait their turn.
Buccaneer team captains!
Saturday night, members of Temple Sinai in South Burlington gathered for a special evening to honor the many years of service from cantorial soloist Mark Leopold. After coctails and hor d’oeurvers, friends and colleagues paid homage to Mark through song and stories. The evening ended with desert and dancing to music by the Queen City Quartet. Mark had a few surprises throughout the night, starting with the arrival of all of his children and ending with a gift from the congregation of a 12-day trip to Israel with his wife, Deb. It was a memorable night…
Saturday morning, I met Beth and Scott and Beth’s kids at Mills River park in Jericho for their engagement portrait session. They wanted to do it as a family, since they all feel that they are getting married. It was raining slightly, but that just made the atmosphere even more romantic and fun. Here are some of the moments captured in pixels: