This overhead aerial image captures the textures of a sandy tidal flat and the ship timbers of the shipwreck Howard W. Middleton at low tide. This three-masted schooner ran aground on Higgins Beach (Scarborough, Maine) in 1897. The visible hull remains are nearly 150 feet in length.
Smoke In The Water
Overhead image taken at Highland Lake (Windham, Maine). Cloud reflectance in the water gives the appearance of smoke in the water.
Overhead image taken of Highland Lake bog (Windham, Maine). Barren trees juxtaposed against fall colored bog vegetation.
York River Fall Marsh
Overhead image taken of York River (Maine) marsh in the fall.
Black-and-white aerial image of iconic North Church in Market Square, Portsmouth, NH.
First Light #1
Memorial Bridge at the break of dawn in October.
First Light #2
Waterfront of Portsmouth at the break of dawn in October.
Cape Neddick "Nubble" Lighthouse
Aerial view of one of the seacoast’s most prominent maritime monuments.
Hi everyone! The month of February is “Art ‘Round Town” gallery walk in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Through the month of February, Ceres Street Bakery and Cafe (Portsmouth, New Hampshire) will be featuring my aerial photography on their walls. My goal is simple – create artwork and images that change the way we view and appreciate our natural and cultural landscapes. Aerial drone photography has fundamentally changed the way I see the world, particularly views of inaccessible and inhospitable coastal environments and places such as wetlands, marshes, and bogs. The unappreciated beauty of these places can often only be captured through low-altitude, high-resolution aerial photography. The exhibit will include framed and canvas wrapped images. If you cannot make it to the exhibit, but would like to buy a print, please contact me and I’ll get back to you with pricing and options.