This morning I want to share a collage of two very special people who are currently, thankfully on the road to recovery after a car accident last week. This series was taken in one of the many moments of joy that they have shared together, well beyond their just celebrated 56 years of marriage.
We are beyond thankful that they are healing and we would welcome any and all prayers and images of positivity sent in their direction. The energy will come back in your direction, fostering the well-being of you and those in your lives.
Whether we need them or not, the universe will spontaneously throw reminders that we need to cherish those we love and connect with them at every opportunity. Celebrate even the smallest moments of joy! And thanks for the love and light.
Thursday, December 8, 2011
I had the privilege of photographing the gracious and talented Dave Koz as he led a holiday music event a the State Theater in New Brunswick, NJ, accompanied by amazing artists (on, off, and backstage), with special guests Rick Braun, Candy Dulfer, and Jonathan Butler - whose take on "O Holy Night" was paired in the wonder department by makin' me wonder how the hell Ms Dulfer plays sax and navigates in those heels!
(More, soon! Here's a taste.)
(More, soon! Here's a taste.)
|Heatin' up a (wet) winter night!|
|POW! Randy Jacobs joins in the fun.|
|Dave's set designer helps ensure that he never forgets the correct spelling of his name.|
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Life is too short to be just one thing – at least, that’s part of my philosophy.
Years back I pursued a career as an actor. OK, I really wanted to be an actor-singer. And sometimes you can still find me crooning on stages and in showers near you.
But back to the credo mentioned earlier. More than twenty years ago I was privileged to work on a production of A Chorus Line. The greatest privilege that show offered to me was friendships that have lasted through today.
Oh sure, some of us lost contact for many years. But due to part perseverance and (no small part) 21st Century social media, I have kept in close contact with my dear friend Marcia. She is truly a remarkable woman who continues to lead a remarkable life. She has given much to the world, including five (that she knows of) beautiful and talented children – some of whom have already begun to offer the world the next great generation of this lineage.
Throughout her life, she lays claim to be called a mother, a teacher, an actress, a chanteuse, a grandmother, and a committed and completely selfless friend. I wouldn’t be surprised if she played a role in inspiring the Maya Angelou poem, “Phenomenal Woman.”
Marcia and I recently collaborated on new acting portraits. We always have such fun together and this was no exception. Here are a few images that I just love. I think it shows a side of her spirit and beauty. Consider yourself fortunate if Marcia ever enters your life.