Skyline on the Charles

Went out this afternoon to get a shot with a different perspective of the Longfellow Bridge.  After setting everything up, I couldn’t resist this pano of the Esplanade and Charles River.

The Esplanade was originally dedicated as the Boston Embankment in 1910. The Embankment was created as part of the construction of the 1910 Charles River Dam Bridge (today the site of the Museum of Science). The parkland was criticized for its lack of shade trees, refreshment stands, recreation facilities, transportation utility, and visitors. It extended to Charlesgate (upstream of the Harvard Bridge) and connected with Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace system of parks and open spaces. To address criticism, trees, a refreshment pavilion, and concerts were brought to the park.

Below are links to a few more galleries and photography work I have on this site.  I’m also happy to discuss commission work for specific photography you may be thinking about for your home or commercial space.

Additionally,  I am available for professional and enviornmental headshot sessions if you need an update, or have never ventured into an alternative to the garden variety $19.95 portrait session.

Premium Photography

Click here to see my featured gallery of premium photography, mostly Boston cityscapes with some landscape and seascape images mixed in.

Professional Headshots

I’ve been shooting headshots, portraits, composites, portfolios and comp-cards for about 20 years. Click here for examples of my recent work.

Urban Photography

My urban, street and “many other things” gallery is still under construction, so this portal doens’t link to anything, yet.  I will be working hard to get this gallery populated, soon.