The Shubert Theater buzzed with excitement and electrifying enthusiasm yesterday as one hundred twenty seniors graduated from Cooperative Arts and Humanities High School. Proud parents, teachers, and friends looked on, their hearts filled with admiration for the remarkable talents and accomplishments of these graduating students. They knew that this moment marked not only the end […]
Here are some portraits I took downtown tonight. I also asked the subjects for a surprising fact about themselves. I never know who will let me take their photo, or what the surprising facts will be! I took most of these portraits tonight on Chapel Street between Church and York Street. Two of them were […]
Heavy smoke from the Canadian wild fires have engulfed New Haven in a yellow/orange hue. The smoke is impacting our city’s air, so an Air Quality Health Advisory has been issued. Try to limit your outdoor activities to the absolute necessities. That being said, I couldn’t resist the rare opportunity to photograph the effects. Follow […]
I know that’s a bold headline and I might be a little biased since I teach photography at Co-Op High School, but I know first hand just how talented and hard working these dancers are. Here are highlights of last week’s Spring Showcase. I put a link to an expanded album with all 395 photos […]
Here is undeniable proof that Bigfoot exists and is right here in our own back yard. There have been recent sightings of rarely-seen animals emerging in New Haven during the Coronavirus, like the bear spotted in Westville. This is the first documented case of an actual Sasquatch. The New Haven Bigfoot surfaced on Hillhouse Avenue […]
(this originally ran on Valentine’s Day in 2013) Happy Valentine’s Day New Haven, I love you, but I think you know that! This afternoon, I walked around with blank pieces of paper and colored pastel pencils, and asked people to draw a card to New Haven or a loved one. Here are the cards! Michele […]
Views from the Temple Street Garage.