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If you manufacture, distribute or sell items considered to be jewelry, you know you’re dealing with some of the oldest personal style and status statements in humanity’s history.  You also realize that desirable jewelry requires creativity, costly materials, great skill, long hours and meticulous workmanship.  These are the reasons for the perceived value of your…

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Among the many interesting products I get to photograph are these gorgeous hand-tooled leather handbags from AdamAlexis.  Imported from Mexico, they are a continuation of the fine craftsmanship established in that country going back hundreds of years with carved leather saddles.  Unlike the more common stamped products that can be mass produced cheaply and sold as if…

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Gotta love an opportunity to hear the Beach Boys live, even if it’s just the sound check.  Those guys are the soundtrack of my youth, especially summers spent poolside with nascent romances in Mt Lebanon, PA., as a junior high student and later, in high school, in New Wilmington, PA.  Surprise, surprise, the Boys sounded…

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This past Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017, I received a text from my friend, Mary Kate Battles, congratulating me on winning a Golden ADDY. I believe my exact words were “Wait!  What????   Whattt??? You wouldn’t kid a fella would you?” A Gold ADDY!!!??? I had no idea until that moment that the photos we’d created…

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While I haven’t completely caught up with all the  photos there are to write about, to me it seemed that the blog content was getting a bit similar, and needed a some shaking up. As a result, I found myself revisiting an image from a model session and re-imagining its presentation a bit.  Jacy was…

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