taking care of business..

and tying up some loose ends on our Singer Sargent Inspired Exhibit. We have come a long way since the initial shoot last spring and I have learned so much. While I’m proud of the work we have produced, I think the hardest part of this project has been the promoting of it, I’m not real comfortable with that aspect, yet I know it has to be done. Really wish I could hire a publicist, but since I can’t..

(best viewed on full screen)

Come to the January 25th Labor of Love – 19th Century Styled Photography workshop at the Bradley Estate (1 pm to 3 pm) led by photographers, Carol MacGregor and Susan Licht. Learn how to create and photograph an historic scene. Labor of Love focuses on images inspired by John Singer Sargent who made drawings of Eleanor Cabot Bradley and her husband, Ralph. Trustees Members: $9 and Nonmember: $15. Contact: bradley@thetrustees.org to register.


Visit here for more info on The Trustees and The Eleanor Cabot Bradley Estate.

16 Comments on “taking care of business..

  1. Oh Susan, this. SO has your name all over it, not to take credit from anyone else I know your all worked so hard. But I do see so much of your style here. Really beautiful!!!! Good luck, if I lived closer, I’d surely attend

  2. I just registered with the link you provided…Jim and I are looking forward to seeing the show and learning more about it.
    I know it will be lovely…see you soon…

  3. Hi Susan, This is such a great class idea and your photographs are so, so beautiful! If you weren’t clear across the country from me, I would definitely attend! I bet you will have a huge crowd attending. I look forward to hearing how it goes. Wish you the best, Janell

  4. Bravo and you needn’t feel shy about such a great accomplishment. Boy, do I wish I lived in the US near you — I would definitely take that class. I wondered before when I saw that gorgeous photo of the beauty in the window seat — now I know. You are a truly accomplished photographer.

  5. Susan, this is utterly stunning! You surely don’t NEED a publicist. The video is a work of art and I doubt anyone could do better.
    Wishing you loads of luck and joy in this endeavor.

  6. Absolutely gorgeous work, Susan! Congratulations! I wish I was close so I could come to the workshop. I know quite a bit about marketing, but that doesn’t make it easier to do…I so understand that you too feel it is the most difficult part. I wish you and your friend great success!

  7. Beautiful photos and congratulations on the workshop! I hope you’ll have lots of fun with it. One of these days I’ll have to get over that bridge to meet you (or let me know whenever you do)!

  8. Thank you all for your wonderful, encouraging comments. I know many of you could lead this workshop!

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