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Lost and Found in the Fog

Lighthouse in the Fog

To some who have seen my photos, this news may come as a shock but it is not always sunny in Montauk.  However, not unlike the fog I’ve often found myself in while assembling and arranging the ‘remix’ of my website, there is actually quite a lot of interest and beauty residing within all that sturm-&-drang

So it was Sunday.  Even as I was gaining clarity on the website with the help of a crack crew of experts I’d reached out to for the site’s beta review, while also rushing to pack up the car with all the studio gear for some corporate portraits in the City, I still found it a must to quickly cruise to the Lighthouse and document the Icon adrift in a sea of mist and fog.  

Working on a deep-channel update of a website is not for the faint of heart.  However, it can be done.  Indeed, the platforms available online these days offer a clear path as long as you stick to it & have faith while adrift in what at first appears to be a total whiteout of nothingness.  But that’s why lighthouses exist -- to help wayward sailors steer clear of rocky shoals. So it was that a select group of friends were able to help guide me in the right direction to the safe shores of website launch.  

It was in that spirit that I chose to squeeze in some adventure time out at the easternmost point of Long Island.  Was it comfy/cozy?  Absolutely not but it provided some beautiful contrasting imagery to the normal views and was totally worth the trip.  

You can see a few more images from this jaunt over on my Instagram gallery -- please 'follow' me while you're there.  And if you would like to see a few examples of the type of projects I’m working on this week in the City just click on over to my "Business Pros" gallery.

Meanwhile, the haze is lifting and the official launch of the site is coming into view.



Ric Kallaher

Ric is: • a Professional Portrait Photographer specializing in working with small business owners towards enhancing their B2B online goals via executive portraits as well as images that tell the story of a business with on-site photography of facilities &/or product photography ; • an experienced Events Photographer who spectacularly documents high end awards shows and high-society special events, especially in regard to the People of Advertising, Media, Arts and Culture. • an insightful image-maker with a detailed eye who helps interior designers bring their work to life. • an award-winning wedding photographer who helps couples document their special day. Ric's Photographic Mission: To artfully create strong, provocative & transcendent visual records of meaningful relationships & significant moments. Additionally, Ric is a trained actor and experienced music producer who has often been heard applying his voice over talents to ongoing advertising campaigns. He has been the voice on national campaigns for the likes of SuperValu Grocery Stores, Texaco, Kendall Motor Oil, Campbell's Soups and more. He has even appeared ON-camera in an ad for Comedy Central as a scream therapist. His is represented by Ann Wright Reps.