Gillette Stadium in Foxborough MA A very special memory for a lucky chief! One of the New England Patriots is also in the Navy so he was able to do the pinning for a fellow Sailor.
My name got to a fellow military spouse from Georgia and she contacted me shortly before her husband was set to graduate from OCS in Newport. It was a cold snowy day but the outdoor photos were even more pretty. … Continue reading
Second change of command aboard this ship… Thank you to the England family.
Congratulations to all Navy chiefs!
A break from the stormy weather proved to be a perfect fit for a great man who earned this new title aboard USS Antietam stationed in Yokosuka, Japan.
May 29, 2014 Cmdr. Christopher England assumed command of Fitzgerald (DDG-62) from Cmdr. Jonathan Schmitz I absolutely love photographing military events, so even if you are having a pinning ceremony, please consider having your memories captured. Special thanks to both … Continue reading
A little sad that this aircraft carrier will be moving from Japan, but we will be getting new ships here. I hope these photos serve as a great memory to this family!
USS George Washington arriving in Yokosuka, Japan 2014. Yokosuka Naval Base Real moments. I was not hired for these, nor did I let anyone hire me for this event. I wanted to document the day as I saw it…
What an honor to get to photograph the Marine Ball in Yokosuka… I have done plenty of events before, but this one was special. Thank you, Marines…
May 20, 2014 Cmdr. John Bradford relieves Cmdr. Chris Adams in Yokosuka, Japan. I was just a guest in the audience, but it was so tempting, I had to get to work. From this one, I was hired for another … Continue reading
Love photographing these guys, Danielle (momma) has to make the coolest Chewbacca voice to get little J to smile. So much fun! Congratulations, Lt!
I had the privilege of documenting this family’s last tour with the Navy. It’s a sad time when things come to an end, but this marked the beginning of a new life for them. The best part was getting a … Continue reading