This gallery contains images from our various trips around Massachusetts this year, including several trips to Boston and around the Pioneer Valley.
My most recent images can always be found on Flickr. But there’s more. You can also view my photography on these sites:
- Instagram – My on-the-road pix
- 500px – A more selective selection
- Imagekind – You can buy prints of some of my images here
The galleries below are a cross-section of my photography (ordered by date taken). I am always adding more, so check back in a little while.
Following is an index of my Photography pages on this site.
These images are from a one-week whirlwind trip to Vancouver and Oregon in February that combined work and pleasure.
I went to Germany for a brief pre-Christmas visit in December 2017 and was even treated to some snow while I was there.
We did several trips around New England this summer, including one where we finally climbed Mount Washington.
These images are from several trips around Massachusetts in 2017, including Rockport, Martha’s Vineyard, and the Glasgowlands festival in Look Park.
The planning and construction of the John W. Olver Design Building at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst (aka where my office is) gave me ample opportunity to document its process through photography. Below are just a few of my many pictures, more can be found on Flickr. Many of these have been featured in […] Read more..
This gallery contains a very small fraction of the many Scotland images from our Edinburgh stay in Fall 2016. The Edinburgh photos are in a separate gallery, which is why only the rest of Scotland is included here.
This gallery features a small fraction of the many Edinburgh images from our sabbatical stay in Fall 2016. The Scotland photos are in a separate gallery.
This was our first time to Portsmouth, NH and the area around Kennebunkport, ME. Except for the horrendous traffic, it was very nice.
Rockport on Cape Ann in Massachusetts proved again to be a photogenic place when we visited this May.
A cold day in April was the perfect time to seek some warmth in the Smith College greenhouses.