Growing up in southern Connecticut, I attribute my passion for photography to living so close to New York City. As long as I can remember, New York City has fascinated me with its mixture of old and new America. This is depicted in my New York Series of photographs in the first phase of my photography.
In between my move from Connecticut to New Hampshire, I did a great deal of traveling by auto across our country. I've spent time in Oregon, Southern and Northern California, Pennsylvania, and Florida. During this time I had the opportunity to photograph the roadways and scenic vistas of this beautiful land. After finally settling down in New Hampshire, my interests seemed to steer me towards photographing the beauty of everything New England. This is the current series I am working on.
I'm a member of the Nashua Area Artists Association and the New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists. Work has been exhibited at the Exeter, New Hampshire Town Hall, the Chimera Art Gallery, the Chandler Library, Gallery One, and Martin's Photographix and Digital Exhibits, in Nashua, New Hampshire.
Another thing about me is that my love for music is right up there with my love for photography...and occasionaly I will make a vid of a favorite musical piece to my photos. I will post them here. Enjoy:)
Most images can also be purchased as Greeting Cards and unique gifts Here are some links to my online stores where they are available for purchase.
New England Fine Art Photographer specializing in
zakim memorial bridge art
boston skyline art
cape cod art
charles river art
boston skyline photos
new england photos
new hampshire photos
red sox photos
cape cod photos
white mountains photos
I have also recently published a book on New England. It can be viewed and purchased through this link or by clicking at the bottom of the page:
I Love You....Andre Rieu
A compilation of some of my sunset/sunrise images put to the music of Andre Rieu'. The Song is called "I Love You"... written and performed at the end of his concert in Tuscany to thank the towns people for their hospitality while he was there.
Follow That Road....Anne Hills
I heard this song and thought what a perfect piece to set to a slideshow with some of my New England images.