"My name is Jason Goldstein, and I am a professional photographer.
I developed my passion for wildlife photography almost all by chance. I was staying at a rental house in Prince Edward Island with my family when I saw two bald eagles perched on a tree 100 yards from our rental. I ran to get my new camera that I had purchased to take photos of my newborn daughter. The unmatched feeling of excitement I felt while watching and photographing the eagles has led me to spend countless hours outside trying to "capture" different wildlife.
I have been photographing wildlife for 6 years. Almost every instance that I am not with my family or working, I am usually out looking for wildlife to photograph. I often take many trips to locations without taking a photo I like or even taking a photo at all, but those special moments where I find a mesmerizing creature is unmeasurable. "
Spending countless hours as a child around boats, coastal and nautical images are a prominent fixture in Nancy’s work. Intricate details of everyday images inspire her to strive for a unique perspective while capturing the beauty in natural light.
Nancy displays the images she captures on a variety of mediums including metal prints, canvas, matted and framed images. She utilizes her floral, coastal and nautical images to personally create a variety of products including phone cases, bags, ornaments, pillows, clocks, and more. Many products offered can be customized with your personal photographs.
Allie is a professional photographer specializing in landscape and travel photography. She creates vibrant landscape images using long exposure and other techniques, and prints her work on stunning aluminum. She is a co-partner of BlueHour Photo Ventures, a photo workshop and tour company operating across New England, The U.S. and abroad. Photography has taken her to places like Iceland, Norway, The Faroe Islands, across Europe and the United States - and of course, she has a large portfolio featuring Cape Cod. She loves exploring her environment through a lens, and that photography has given her vast opportunities to explore.
The contemporary presentation of Award-Winning Cape Cod Photographer, Marcia Joy Duggan, compliments her images of Old Cape Cod. Her art edge border photographs are Limited Editions, signed by the artist, and are available for a select period of time with new images regularly added to the collection. Larger wall prints with contemporary finishes such as metal, acrylic, and canvas are also available for custom orders, along with Cape Cod Aerials.
Marcia’s work can be viewed on her blog at www.CapeCodSoul.com offering tips and tricks on photography and private photo tours visiting beautiful locations on Cape Cod during the golden hours.
Marcia’s passion for photography started while she was a student at UVM. She pursued a career as a Professional Photographer working for the US Ski Team in Park City. In the early days of her career, she owned Sugarbush Photo offering ski photography and transitioned to wedding and family beach portrait photography on the Cape. As digital photography replaced film, she focused on fine art and aerial photography. Marcia has earned the prestigious Master of Photography Degree and Photographic Craftsman through Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and is also a Master Photographer of Massachusetts.
She lives on the Cape and travels to Vail, CO and Punta Mita, Mexico in the cooler months for a variety of photo opportunities. Marcia is the host of the popular Cape Cod Photo A Day (FB) where the mantra is, ‘Making the World a Kinder Place Starting with a Photo A Day!’
"My passion for photography started at an early age and includes a B.S. in graphic design from the Art Institute of Ft. Lauderdale Florida. Being behind the lens of a camera for over 30 years producing photography and videos on a professional level has been a dream come true for me. My work is sold in shops and art galleries throughout South Eastern Mass and Cape Cod including White Whale Provisions at Millway Marina in Barnstable, Nirvana Coffee Shop in Barnstable Village, Cape Cod Art Center and Plymouth Center for the Arts. I am humbled by the community's support of my work.
During the Spring and Summer months I am always offshore, with a camera or two, which is how I got my nickname "Salty". Cape Cod Bay is my favorite place to be and photograph. I never want to come back to port even in cold and wet weather. There is always something new to discover! Always! Cape Cod's alluring landscapes, and the wildlife that inhabits it, provide me with a nearly inexhaustible source of content. I love the Cape and all that it has to offer. I love taking photographs and great story-telling. I do my best to put my audience there with me in every photograph. I feel fortunate that I am able to do what I love and share the experience with you. I look forward to meeting new friends at the Orleans Artist Cottages this Summer."