50 Photos from 2016

These selected images represent mostly reportage and editorial photography, a small amount of subjects and events that I covered during the year.

2016 begin with working for a production company and ended with me earning my living and paying my bills freelancing. It was a big year for me and my career. I spent the month of August working in Central America for two non-profit organizations. When I returned home I continued covering news and feature stories for the Worcester Telegram & Gazette, which included flying in the gunner’s seat of a WWII bomber. I purchased a new video camera to meet the needs of my clients and I also received FAA Remote Pilot Certificate and can operate drones commercially.

I can’t wait to see what 2017 has in store for me!



Danielle Rocheleau celebrates after hitting a homerun for St. Peter Marian.
Danielle Rocheleau celebrates after hitting a homerun for St. Peter Marian.
Both sides of Main Street were lined with people who came out to watch the parade and enjoy the bicentennial celebration.
Members of the Sturbridge Colonial Militia fires their rifles during the Southbridge bicentennial parade.
Teammates react to the first inning home run by Taylor Daniels for the Worcester State Lancers.
Marcus Hayes, 10 and brother Cyvant, 6 of Worcester ride a camel at the Record and Burpee Children’s Zoo next to Klem’s in Spencer on Sunday.
Tanner Jakola, of Leominster took the mound for Anna Maria in the first game of a double header against Johnson and Wales University. The game was played at Auburn High School.
Anita Fábos, a professor in Clark University’s International Development, Community and Environment department reacts to Wisam Breegi (left) of the Mandaean Society of Massachusetts during a Mandaean cultural celebration at Clark University.
Carol Bloomfield reacts to the artwork on display from the Arts Worcester members’ show, Terra Firma on Friday evening.
LIV_OandA_Racing to New Beginnings Benefit fundraiser
Julie Raposa of New Hampshire and Christine Castonguay of Fall River, pose with Houston the horse. The sisters were former students of the St. Peter School in Northbridge.
Demostrators from several different organizations gather together outside of City Hall in Worcester, MA to protest President-Elect Donald Trump.


Bailey Watts Hudson
Bailey Watts Hudson



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