Archive for March, 2015
It is another gloomy day here in Syracuse–we have had a share recently. I have been trying to keep a positive attitude, but some days are harder than others. I wonder how many new houses were bought in Florida or North Carolina by Central New Yorker’s this winter. I would bet there will be quite a few houses for sale here this summer.
These photos were not taken this summer, but they are a few of my favorites from sessions this winter. As you can see some were taken before the snow started to fall.
Despite the gloom I am still taking on sessions and I would love to photograph you cuties soon. We can pretend it is spring. 😉
I have photographed many adorable families this fall and winter(and will share them soon), but I have also gotten to branch out a bit and photograph a lot of local theater. It all started this winter when my daughter participated in the summer theater program put on by Redhouse Arts Center of Tarzan. The kids got to work along side professional actors and they put on a stellar production.
I have always enjoyed the theater and I have been surrounded by it in many ways all of my life. My namesake and great grandmother, Genevieve Guiou served as the President of the Omaha Community Playhouse for a time in the 20’s. And my Grandmother, Echo Guiou Ellick acted in plays there as well and even wrote a few plays that got produced. My father is drama at all times, and now my youngest daughter has caught the bug. 😉 I don’t know why it took me so long to find out about all of the great local theater here in Syracuse.
Here are just a few of my favorite images from recent shows–all at the Redhouse Arts Center unless specified.
From A Man of No Importance
Gross Indecency: The Tree Trials of Oscar Wilde
The Importance of Being Earnest
25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
The Penguin Tango
The Color Purple
a cabaret with Marguerite Mitchell and Chris Coffey at The Central New York Playhouse
And, finally some shots of my little one in her middle school production of The Little Mermaid
What a talented city we have here in Syracuse. Now quick–go and buy tickets to a show.