From a shoot at the Burbank Y, Reading, Massachusetts today.
Cape Ann’s jagged coast and its fishing and sailing heritage, continue to inspire my camera and my soul. Recently, I’ve been exploring boat-building shops, looking for examples of traditional handiwork. Marine architect and boatbuilder Harold Burnham is currently building the pinky schooner Ardelle.
I grew up in New York City and in my teens and twenties I loved the diverse and ever-changing collection of street performers who played in Central Park. Then, I photographed musicians with a twin-lens Rolliflex and today with a digital Nikon. Regardless of the photographic format the music still thrives.
This timeless view of the John W. Weeks Bridge caught my eye today during a heavy March rain. Seen from the Boston bank of the Charles River, the bridge is the only river crossing exclusively for pedestrians.
Ice climbers in the White Mountain National Forest and the frozen Swift River – scenes from a winter day in New Hampshire
Punch Brothers are a dynamic modern bluegrass band offering up an unusual blend of traditional sounds, atonal jazz, pop lyrics, and high end musicianship. Mandolin player Chris Thile is the impish and charismatic front man of the group.
Another snow day off from third grade means more snowshoeing in the woods
My father Al Mozell was a combat cinematographer in WW II during the final year of the war. Traveling with the 71st Infantry Division he shot 16mm movie film to document the war for the Army.
Last night of Chanukah
As the stormy weather of the last week blew out to sea, I had just one day to get up to Vermont and photograph a bridge over the Connecticut River for a client. I was dying to get in some time for foliage photography as well.