Author Archives: kevin@harkinsphotography.com

Stibler Associates New Office Interior Views

Working again with my favorite interior design firm Stibler Associates last June at their new office in Bedford NH.

With assistance from interior designers Helen Principo and my wife Janet Harkins we documented their newest location.

Check out their latest work at this link www.stibler.com .

 

Posted in Interiors

Extra Ordinary Endodontics with Dr. Christopher Ross

Last fall I did a portrait session with Dr. Christopher Ross and his staff for his Endodonist practice for his new website.

I seem to be spending a lot of time there these days and he does a great job dealing with my teeth.

I was able to arrive just as the morning sessions ended and we got in several individual and group shots before the afternoon appointments.

Check out his website at ExtraordinaryEndodontics.com .

Posted in Commerical, Portrait

Sarah and Andrew Portrait in the Studio

My nephew Andrew recently announced his engagement to his long time friend and partner Sarah and I offered a portrait session for them at my studio.

It was a pleasure having them there and it provided me an opportunity to play with some lighting and a few black and white actions I wanted to use.

Looking forward to their wedding plans.

Posted in Personal, Portrait

Valentines Day 2018

I hope you are having a nice Valentines Day today.

Look for my e-mailer today and if you would like to be on the list send me your email for my latest work and promotions.

Posted in Commerical, Personal, Product, Still Life

Dos Lobos Tequila Bar North Reading MA

Dos Lobos  an American Taqueria and Tequila Bar in North Reading MA offers a full selection of tequila and a mix of American and Mexican cuisines. 

Check out the review by writer Dean Johnson in the latest issue of Merrimack Valley Magazine and enjoy a flight.

Posted in Food, Interiors, Portrait

El Taller Cafe and Bookstore with Mary Guerreo

Another bookstore visit for the article “The Fine Art of Browsing” for Merrimack Valley Magazine.

 I met with co-owner Mary Guerrero in Lawrence MA at El Taller Cafe & Bookstore. 

Mary a former teacher and writing coach brings a special reading place to a culturally diverse area.

“El Taller” means “The Workshop” in Spanish.

Check out the article in the latest issue by writer Bonnie W. Mason.

Posted in Editorial, Portrait

Portrait Susan Little at Jabberwocky Bookshop Newburyport MA

The article “The Fine Art of Browsing” brought me to the Jabberwocky Bookshop in Newburyport MA to photograph owner Susan Little.

Susan was great to photograph and her store is a delightful way to enjoy finding books in an atmosphere with other like minded readers.

Look for the article by Bonnie W. Mason in the latest issue of Merrimack Valley Magazine.

Posted in Editorial, Interiors, Portrait

Spirit Books with Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord

In the studio with Susan Kapuscinski Gaylord with her Spirit Books for the article “In the absence of words” by writer Michelle Xiarhos Curran for the Jan/Feb 2018 Merrimack Valley Magazine article.

Susan’s books are all hand made and have the look of part book, part sculpture.

You can see an exhibition of her books going on now.

The Spirit Books exhibition at the McCoy Gallery, Merrimack College, North Andover, MA
January 23–February 25, 2018.

 

Posted in Editorial, Portrait, Still Life

Martin Weinkle at Buddenbrooks Bookstore Newburyport MA

Working on the story “The Fine Art of Browsing” by writer Bonnie W. Mason for Merrimack Valley Magazine I met with Martin Weinkle at Bruddenbrooks a rare books and manuscripts bookstore in Newburyport MA.

Learn more about the collection as you stroll through and check out the one of kind value of this bookstore brings to the area.

Posted in Editorial, Interiors, Portrait

Road Trip Brattleboro VT

Last weekend I took a little road trip to Brattleboro VT for dinner and a tour of their downtown area.

If you haven’t been to Brattleboro in a while things have changed. It had been at least 30 years for me.

It reminded me of Portland Oregon with it’s quirky look and feel.

First stop was a quick coffee at Mocha Joe’s then a stroll down Main Street.

When you are there check out the classic white New England Centre Congregational Church, Brooks House and the art deco Latchis Hotel.

For the arts I spent a little time at the Vermont Center for Photography Gallery and met with Greg Worden at the Vermont Artisan Designs.

We ended our visit with dinner at Peter Havens Restaurant with chef and owner Zack Corbin a second cousin to my wife Janet.

Dinner was excellent with mussels, salad and a delicious ginger glazed pork chop. I plan a trip back in the spring.

Posted in Architecture, Food, Personal