On April 6, 2012, a good friend and fellow photographer, Brad Bradstreet passed away. Portland Head Light was one of Brad’s favorite spots to photograph.
I’m selling prints of this photo and half of the proceeds sold before July 20, 2012 will be donated to Brad’s “Seek the Peak” sponsorship, an event to raise money for the Mount Washington Observatory, a weather observation station located at the summit of Mount Washington in New Hampshire. His goal was to raise $6,288 dollars (Mount Washington’s height is 6,288 feet).
For more information about the Mount Washington Observatory’s “Seek the Peak” fundraiser, please visit Brad’s Seek the Peak sponsorship page.
NOTE: Full sized print will not have watermarks.
Client: Loon Mountain Rustics (website)
Industry: Interior Design
Service: Panoramic Photography
Project: Loon Mountain Rustics recently outfitted the interior of a timber frame home at Loon Mountain in Lincoln, NH and wanted a panoramic to add to their portfolio.
Client: Portsmouth Athenaeum (website)
Industry: Education, Museum
Service: Virtual Tour
Project: The Portsmouth Athenaeum wanted a virtual tour of their private library located in Market Square in downtown Portsmouth, NH. This tour is comprised of two panoramics, the Joseph Sawtelle Reading Room located on the first floor and the Library on the third floor.
Client: Terramesa Resort Properties (website), South Peak Resort (website)
Industry: Real Estate, Sports
Project: Promotional video for residential homes at Loon Mountain. This was a two day shoot on and off snow, utilizing helmet cams, shoulder mounted cameras, free hand video, fixed (tripod) video, still photography and panoramic photography.