Entries by Deirdre Ryan

The First Day Of Snow

This winter has been so far very mild and hardly any snow at all. So when it does come down, we get a “little” excited around here. I took my new Olympus E-M5 MarkII out in the wind and falling snow with the Zuikio 14-150mm f4 lens, the combination makes this perfect, as it’s weather […]

Mother, Painter, Tattoo Artist Environmental Portraits

My friend and neighbor Julianna is an amazing woman, mother, artist and now a tattoo apprentice at Ceremony Tattoo Society in Philadelphia, PA. She already has a name for herself in the art world for her amazing paintings and drawings. She was also a featured artist with Grumbacher, a famous maker of art supplies such […]

My Personal Favorite Images of 2016

As we begin 2017, I want to acknowledge all of my clients who helped make 2016 a success.  First, thank you for your business and for the opportunity to help in creating and presenting your business brand. Here’s to your continued success. For my future clients I look forward to working with you and doing the […]

Homes Decorated For Christmas in Historical Town

Back in December 2014, I was hired to photograph a private holiday party in my town. Before the guests arrived, I photographed the gorgeous decorations both inside and outside the residence. This was a lovely event that included a horse drawn carriage for the guests to ride around town for a bit. It was great […]

Husband and Wife Grassroots Business For Wellness

Jen and Joe came to me needed photos to go with their new business that would not only go well with their marketing, but show everyone what they’re about. The business is called JKOR INTEGRATIVE FITNESS & WELLNESS and are located in Bordentown City, NJ. What they are and I quote from their website,” a grassroots […]

Remaining Calm In The Midst of Chaos

This past week has had most of us reeling with grief and disbelief. I am fine with my feelings and have decided to let me have that time. I had an appointment in PA the day after the elections results and on the way back I stopped by the Delaware Canal park. There are several […]