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Wednesday, June 15, 2011

featured in Maine Magazine

the may issue of Maine magazine featured the fun photoshoot that I did last fall at snug harbor. Always great to see past working getting some love:)
thanks to all that helped make this shoot possible!

featured blog- wedding love

I had the opportunity of working with another great wedding photographer this spring. I worked on this ballerina inspired wedding shoot. Debrahzoephoto has an amazing eye. To see the whole blog posting or cosinder her as your wedding photographer,please check this link to see

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

hair tip of the day

Beautiful Beachcomber
courtesy of behind the
Beautiful, lush curls have never really gone out of style. Curly girls from coast-to-coast will be embracing their twisted tresses like little Miss Taylor Swift this summer because tousled beach waves and natural-looking curls are a hot hair must-have. Maintaining springy, summertime locks can be a real struggle for your clients though. "Curly hair is very vulnerable, especially in the summertime,” says Bruce Domizio, Salon Manager at Zotos International. “Humidity causes frizz and heavy products can weigh curls down or cause flaking and build-up. And chlorine exposure can strip the hair of its vitality and vibrancy.” To help clients get curls in control, teach them how to use a lightweight product like bain de terre's new All About Curls 2-in-1 Camelina Curl Refresher. Take a dab, rub it in between your palms and “scrunch” her thirsty curls. Tell her that if she wants her curls to catch some eyes, then it’s best to use it in the morning well before the humidity takes control. She’ll enjoy her fun in the sun a lot more when she doesn’t have to worry about her hair all day.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Portsmouth High school's prom fashion show

I had a great time with the models from the Portsmouth high school Prom fashion show Saturday night.
I wish them the best of luck and safety in the upcoming prom season. check o ut eh article from the Fosters
Portsmouth prom fashion show helps pay for tickets


Monday, April 12, 2010

Monika O'Clair/Democrat photo Portsmouth High School students Carissa Wong, 18, and Szarah Fink, 17, right, model gowns during the 2012 Student Council's prom fashion show on Saturday.
PORTSMOUTH — Strutting down the runway in evening attire to songs such as Lady GaGa's "Poker Face," Portsmouth High School juniors and seniors helped their sophomore peers hit the jackpot during a fashion show fundraiser at the school Saturday night.

The show netted at least $500 to offset the cost of sophomores' 2012 prom. The money was raised by about 100 students, along with their friends and family, who attended and paid $5 each for tickets. A raffle with several prizes donated by area businesses was also held.

The fundraiser was last done 12 years ago. Sophomores Aly Reardon and Liz Boynton organized it this year to help out their classmates by offsetting the cost of prom tickets, which are usually $35 a pop. They said money raised Saturday will probably bring the price down to $10.

The girls had been working on the show since January. They said it was a hectic process soliciting businesses to donate hairstyles, makeup, flowers, suits and dresses — but it all came together and the show went off without a hitch.

The show, held in the auditorium, was emceed by seniors Phil Boynton and Devin Scott.

Senior Alexandria Marousek — dressed in an open-backed, sparkling cocktail dress — and Emerson Onosko — sporting an all-white suit — drew some of biggest cheers from the crowd.

"They certainly look stunning tonight," Boynton announced to the crowd.

Class advisers Kat Anania and Dave Drukker said they were proud of Reardon and Boynton for organizing everything.

"That's why they are leaders of their class," Anania said. "They coordinated everything from getting the word out to students to soliciting business."

Dresses and suits were provided by Madeline's Event Central, Occasions Bridal and Tuxedo, Le Club Boutique, and Tuxedos with Style; makeup was provided by Joya Beauty and Hair That Moves; hairstyles were provided by Blush; limousines were provided by Great Bay Limousine; and flowers were provided by Flowers by Leslie and Ambrosia Gardens.

Monika O'Clair/Democrat photo Portsmouth High School students Gudmundur Heimisson, 18, and Emerson Onosko, right, get ready to model prom outfits during the 2012 Student Council's prom fashion show on Saturday.

Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Maggie and Roseanne's wedding Boston

A wonderful February wedding At the Four season's in Boston. These ladies were so fun to work with and so happy to celebrate their marriage with the family and friends. The were married in Boston and continued on to clebrate a wine bar.
This event was designed and executed with the help of Megan Whithead of Linnea Tangorra planning, photos courtesy of Cyn photography from Boston and hair and makeup done by Hair That Moves. The brides makeup was done by a family member.