When the idea of “Portraits of Pelham” was born, I was very excited about all of the possibilities that it could bring. Through “Portraits of Pelham“, I have been so fortunate to have been able to meet some amazing people in the town of Pelham, and I am very much looking forward to meeting some even more amazing people.
I am a firm believer in sharing the gifts and the talents that you have. There are so many photographers who photograph exclusively for “business purposes” and lose track of what photography really is. Photography, to me, is magic; to be able to create an image that stops time dead in it’s tracks and records that specific moment forever is just miraculous to me. I am happy to be able to share my gift and my talent and use photography to better the community. And that’s why I started “Portraits of Pelham“.
Two other great Pelhaminians (I just made that up – I think it sounds good) who are using their talents for the betterment of the community are the genius’s behind MyPelham.com – Cathy Berkhout-Bossee and Melissa Wells. As you may know, I have teamed up with MyPelham.com to help spread the word about “Portraits of Pelham”.
MyPelham.com is an online resource for Pelhaminians (I really think this word could catch on) to keep up-to-date on all the latest news, events and specials happening in Pelham. There is also a business directory, an article-database of articles written by fellow Pelhaminian’s and an Area Map for those of you who may be new to the community. If you are a Pelhaminian, head on over to MyPelham.com and check it out. Be sure to subscribe to their newsletter, too, as they send out weekly updates on “What’s Happening” in Pelham.
This week’s “Portraits of Pelham” feature is in the final process, so be sure to check back soon to meet Wolfgang Sterr – the owner and chef at Wildflower Restaurant and Market. Keep your eyes on Portraits of Pelham” title=”www.PortraitsOfPelham.com”>www.PortraitsOfPelham.com for more images and updates!]]>