We were all happy with the results of these executive portraits made with a great technology firm in New York.
A loss to the Boston Red Sox last night ended the Yankee’s 2018 season. We thought it would be fun to remember what its like when the Yankees win! Dan Sagarin was in lower Manhattan for the 2009 Yankee World Series Parade . . .
We’re excited to see our pictures illustrating three features in this month’s issue of Westchester Magazine, and proud that Doug Schneider’s beautiful photograph of a family in Dobbs Ferry made its cover!
Doug photographed Dobbs for the “Best Places to Live” feature, as well as the reopening of the White Plains Roman-style eatery Pax Romana, seen below center.
Dan Sagarin spent an inspiring hour taking pictures with centenarian yogi Tao Porchon-Lynch, who’s “extraordinary life has taken her from walking alongside Gandhi to vying with Marilyn Monroe as an MGM starlet, and, at age 88, to becoming a world-famous ballroom dancer.” Check her out . . .
A light rain could not dampen the spirits of the River Spirit Music Festival in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Kids roamed, parents relaxed, the bands played on into the night, and we were there to capture it all . . .
We set up “location studios” to make pictures of SGA’s talented teams in Tarrytown, NY, and Tampa, Florida . . .
Welcome to our new website. As photographers, we're always refining the way we share our work. Always updating portfolios, wishing our message was just a little bit clearer, simpler, somehow more perfect. Of course, there's really no right answer and that's the challenge.
I remember once telling a veteran New York photographer that I was working on my portfolio. A grave look came over his face. He paused. "It never ends," he's said.
Goodbye old site . . . you really weren't bad :)
Doug had an exciting assignment this week. He flew to Paradise Island, in the Bahamas, to collaborate with the ATLANTIS resort, photographing their restaurants.