Monthly Archives: July 2014

Talk about a transformation. I remember when the site where  The Levitt Pavilion was a dump. Seriously. I would go there with my dad and my brother and chuck stuff into the jaws of the packer. Now, the Levitt is a brand new, state of the art, public theatre with a whole lot more. Peter Cadoux was the architect on this project and he did a fabulous job.  Jose Feliciano played for a large crowd and he rocked the new Levitt!



Right before the World Cup began, I had a surprise visitor. Radek dropped by with my friend Rick to watch Netherlands vs someone. As soon as I saw him, I said to Rick, ” I have to shoot him!” Look at that beard, hair and face. Classic! He is a big German, standing at 6′ 5″, but I don’t think he can dunk. He is Rick’s brother in law visiting for the month. I shot Radek in my studio on his last day here, I am so glad I got to meet and photograph him.



I love this neighborhood. There is a real cool bridge, water trails and gorgeous houses. The kids had a great time, and so did the parents.


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Westport’s Winslow Park is famous for it’s dog walking but did you know that now is the perfect time to get wildflower with tall grass shots?



I have photographed paintings many time. Sculpture is tough, paintings are all about being color correct. This one was huge though. It took four people to get this off the wall. Thank god the client had a mantle that they all could stand on. The pressure was on because once the shots are taken, there is no redo’s.




Pat Kery Fine Arts, Inc.