The Back Bay Salty Dogs

I think it's pretty safe to say that as a photographer, being let loose to shoot a project as you see it is the dream job - period.  And recently a friend of mine, Alex Peltz, hired me to do just that.  Alex, who runs his graphic design/branding business out of his home in the East Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, recently hired me to shoot a project for his client,  Heritage Shellfish Cooperative. The objective was simple, document the day-in-the-life of the New Jersey Bay area clammer.  Projects like these are always a blast. Not only cause I got to shoot whatever I wanted, but I got to spend the entire hour day eating clams on the half shell right from the bay!

Below are a few images snapped during the average day of a New Jersey clammer. 

To Canada or Bust!

Another one of those posts that I waited too long to finally share! These are some shots from our Canadian adventure during what, even the locals were saying, was a severely cold January. We were met with summit temperatures hitting minus 20 degrees Fahrenheit. 

There were winter hats that became part of the pavement, howling huskies, snow, giant snow blowers on wheels, snow, ice skating, and more snow.