Saturday, July 20, 2024


MV@Work: Growth industry

It was great to see that the West Tisbury Farmers Market survived COVID and is more vibrant than ever. I had a great time chatting with some of the folks who work there.  

MV@Work: Inside The Times

A year ago, I didn’t know any of these people, but it was around this time last year that I started shooting for The Times, and all these wonderful folks became an integral part...

MV@Work: Feeding the Island

It can be anything from baguette to burger to bourbon, but we always welcome the sustenance they provide.  

MV@Work: Protecting the Island

Shooting for The MV Times means continually discovering new places on the Island, including the subterranean room at the county communications center, located adjacent to the airport, where all 911 calls are answered. I...

MV@Work: Caring for our kids

There are many unsung heroes of the pandemic, and I’m grateful to Richie Smith, Assistant Superintendent of Martha’s Vineyard Schools, for suggesting that I do a photo essay on school nurses. Their stories differ,...

MV@Work: Constructing the Island

COVID has been a boon to the home construction and remodeling business, so I stopped in at a few job sites to photograph workers and get to know them a little better.  

MV@Work: Tuning up the Island

People who perform in front of live audiences for a living have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, but I found all these musicians to still be passionate about what they do. All...

MV@Work: Grooming the Island

I didn’t know exactly what to expect when I set out to photograph people whose work is making Island properties look beautiful. What I found was enthusiasm for the work, love of being outdoors,...

MV@Work: Making the Circuit

Welcome to Martha’s Vineyard at Work, my monthly photographic celebration of Islanders at their jobs. For this first essay, I popped into businesses on Circuit Avenue to meet and photograph people who work there....