Tuesday, July 5, 2016

My Month of June on the Treasure Coast

The great thing about being out in the field versus riding a desk is that you never know what you might be doing from one day to the next. Perhaps one day you're flying a few thousand feet over the Atlantic ocean with no doors on the plane photographing an aerobatic flying team and then the next day you're one town over photographing a jazz camp for kids. Or, lets just say, you're standing out in the blazing Florida sun for hours just to get 10 seconds to make a few frames as President Obama's motorcade speeds by from a weekend of golf.

I got to do all of these things this last month.

Throw in an assignment from a sea turtle release, Vero Beach High School's graduation, art camp at Vero Beach Museum of Art and, the creme de la creme, the opening of a new brewery just a mile and a half from my house, and you got the makings of a pretty good month.

I didn't get to shoot as many assignments this month as usual because I took a few days off to make a few laps in a sailboat with my brothers through the British Virgin Islands, but hey, I'll take what I can get. Here are a few shots from the assignments I did go on while not heeled over in a monohull sailboat in the Caribbean. Enjoy.