I met Aaron a few years back when I was shooting at the photobooth for the Rock & Roll Rumble. I liked him immediately, you know how sometimes you meet people and without even really knowing them, you know they're just good people ? He's one of those. Genuine, unpretentious, and talented as all getout. He came to my studio last year, along with his friend Emma and we spent a few hours making pictures, We had some laughs, hauled my little red couch all over the building (to be honest he and Emma bore the brunt of that since at the time i was still sporting an aortic aneurism you could run a train through) It was definitely a fun day and I was pleased with the resulting images.
Been keeping busy lately with some family portrait sessions. Rather than shooting in the studio I've instead been making the most of the spectacular colors that fall in New England brings. In addition to a more unique setting, i feel like subjects (particularly children) are more relaxed than they are in a studio scenario, family members can interact and goof around a bit, and you get some great shots when that happens!