I was fortunate to be able to spend the second half of the 2016-2017 season with the Providence College Women’s Hockey program. From the locker room, to the weight room, to the practice ice, and finally during game time, I learned much from them about friendship and camaraderie among teammates. With small crowds and little chance of a pro career, these women are a great example of players working hard for love of the game. The team did an amazing job this year and is poised for even more success next year.
I’m pulling together all of the files for a project later on but here is a first look at some of the images.
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The Water Brothers Surf Fest in Newport, RI was never a small, but Sid and Danielle Abruzzi raised the bar for this fourth version of the event.
The annual event included a half pipe and several hundred vintage surf boards all contained within Fort Adams, the same venue which houses the Folk and Jazz Festivals. Neil of Tora surfboards put on a shaping demonstration and awards were given to the owners of the best boards. Special guests included Tony Alva, Peter Townend, and Mike Tabeling.
Here are some pictures from the event. Well done Sid! We’re all looking forward to doing it again next year.
Good luck to Tuukka Rask, Loui Ericksson, Patrice Bergeron and the rest of the Bruins as they take on the Canadiens.
Here are some shots of the Bruins players in Sochi.
It’s going to be some fun, old time hockey. Brutal and graceful at the same time.
With fresh pavement and a new road courtesy of Hurricane Sandy, Megan agreed to meet me at sunrise and ride her Arbor longboard. A perfect storm for photographs.
There are special places and special times in all winter places where conditions align for hockey to return to it’s roots on a frozen lake, pond, or large puddle in a friend’s backyard. One such place is in Newport, RI. Maintained and shared by a local family for generations, this pond draws hockey players, skaters of all ages, family members that just want to sit by the fire, and even two young girls experiencing their first winter