Tag Archives: photography

Photographer Dennis McGrath discusses skateboarding, the adult film industry, and Lennie Kirk

I interviewed photographer Dennis McGrath back in February of 2013. I met him at his home in Highland Park, where we talked about his career as a skateboard photographer and a documentary examination of the adult film industry. When we connected he was working on putting together a book about former pro-skateboarder Lennie Kirk. McGrath […]

Tom and Gary’s Decentralized Dance Party takes over New York

Two weeks ago I was thrilled to have the opportunity to take my company to New York to shoot photo and capture video at the dynamic social good conference The Feast 2013, for which we also direct communications and oversee outreach strategy. At the end of the event, I was fortunate to be a part […]

37 Great, Affordable [Mostly] Maine Gifts Under $50 or: A Preview of the 4th Annual Picnic Holiday Sale

I got a lot of positive feedback on my Maine-Made Holiday Gift Guide, but a good number of folks expressed something to the tune of, “This is cool, but a lot of this stuff is pretty expensive, isn’t it?” My wife suggested I put together a “Great Maine Gifts Under $50 Guide” to complement it […]

Portland Weekend Goings-On, November 2nd – 4th

                    Out of everything that is happening this weekend, these are the events I think you should go out of your way to get to. Get out of the house and/or apartment and/or office and do some of them. First Friday Art Walk takes place tonight, […]

Unseen Portland presents an honest, non-touristy portrait of the city

Unseen Portland offers a collection of user-submitted photographs of the city and features a collaboratively captured snapshot of the city. One takes a picture of Portland, sends it to the blog, and if creator and curator Andrew Kessler thinks it fits, it gets posted to their site. The effort began almost four years ago when […]