April 16th, 2009
Rain and wind resulted in a cancellation of Sandy and Mikes engagement session the day before. So we rescheduled the next day and walked the streets of Dewey Beach for their engagement photos! It was so much fun and I can’t wait to shoot their Indian River Lifegaurding Station wedding in September!
October 2nd, 2008
I’m still using my Navy college money and chipping away at my degree in Entrepreneurship. I know, I know, I should be a Doctor by now! Wedding photography, however, only allows me to take a class per semester. Not only have I been learning a lot about business, but, I was also recognized as 2008 Entrepreneurship Student of the Year. Now my “celebrity status”….cough cough….has put me in the spotlight at my college. Earlier this month, I was asked to display some of my fine art photography and present a speech for The Legacy Society.
Delaware Technical & Community College recognizes donors who generously support the College. The Legacy Society is a special group of individuals who make significant gifts to the college during their lifetime and/or have announced their intention to leave a donation to the college via a bequest or another form of planned giving. My presentation was to show The Legacy Society that their donations are being put to good use by helping students like myself.
Man, I look like I’m onto something! I’m “feeling it!”
LOL…..this is a funny picture!
Here I am explaining one of my 60×40 photographs.
All photos were taken by my trusty assistant, Michal Bobrowski, who actually interned with me for a photography class and is a recent graduate of Delaware Tech. Then, I brought him on board to be my right-hand man!
August 25th, 2008
After photographing Melissa and Rob’s New York City engagement pictures, I was able to spend a little time wondering the streets of NYC! New York City is a beautiful city with a wealth of diverse sights, sounds and smells (good and bad.) The whole ride up I was jamming out to The Beastie Boys to get in the mood for my adventures in NYC!
Studzinski?!?!?!? Are you kidding me? This is probably the best last name I’ve ever heard of!
Typical street corner in NYC.
Typical parking situation in New York City!
Near sunset in the Big Apple….the light was so delicate on the side of this skyscraper!
Not sure if that is even a way to describe light?
Ooooo laaaa laaaaa!
It was so jam-packed on the train that this was the only shot I could get!
Grand Central Station was HUGE!
These young business professionals just got off work, and hit the bar right a way!
Here is the view from my room at the Ravel Hotel in Long Island City Queen New York!
The view is of the Queensboro Bridge and the midtown Manhattan skyline in the background.
June 6th, 2008
The other day I was out shooting an assignment for Coastal Style Magazine and I ended up getting stuck in the storm. So I waited it out and decided to try to photograph some lightning. It was tough…but I love this picture!