2012 was a great year for Photo & Video by Joe Goldsberry. We’ve truly been blessed to have met so many wonderful people who started out as clients and became friends. We are also very aware, as a small business, how lucky we are to have acquired so many wonderful clients. As we all enter 2013 together, we’d like to take a look back at some highlights from 2012. We hope we can make some of you smile, as many of you have made us smile, ear to ear.
In 2012 we met a local Bon Jovi tribute band, Living on a Bad Name, and came out to photograph and film some of their shows. Here are a couple of our favorite photos of them, taken at an outdoor concert in Dartmouth, Mass.
Bon Jovi tribute band Living on a Bad Name bassist John Miker, with drummer Keith Pittman in the background.
Guitar player Ethan Brosh is always well received…
Ethan Brosh, always busy dividing his time between bands, seen here with Bon Jovi tribute band Living on a Bad name.
We took a poll earlier in the year, and found that our FaceBook audience loves baby photos more than any other!
Sophia Elise with her wings, ready to fly away…
Some babies were just born to be cute… Maybe “steal the show”.
Lainey brought her parents to Whitman Town Park for a few shots.
Of course, when babies grow up, they become kids. Kids can make for some really great portraits. (They tend to take direction better than babies…)
Family photos are meant to last a life time, and this brother and sister will cherish this photo when they have kids of their own.
Traveling is something we do well, and we love looking back to see where that took us…
Three views of Niagara Falls.
When Canada gets too cold, and you need to warm up, the Cayman Islands will hit the spot.
Sun rise at The Reef, on the East Side of Grand Cayman.
We photographed quite a few charity and community events. Here, we even got Billy Costa to tip his glass to us at a charity golf event at Pinehills Golf Club.
KISS 108’s Billy Costa and a fan at Pinehills Golf Club in Plymouth, Mass.
Another great community event we captured in 2012 was the Abington, Mass rededication ceremony for their 300th anniversary.
Soldiers came to life for the Abington Mass 300th anniversary and rededication ceremony.
And we can’t forget the weddings! This photo is our “most clicked” FaceBook photo. It was “liked” almost 150 times, and viewed well over 2,000 times.
Perfectly beautiful and oh so colorful brides maids!
We’ve photographed weddings of all sizes this past year, and one of the smallest took place at the Church Street Chapel in Whitman. Stacie and Justin had only a handful of family and friends witness their wedding, but this photo shows the love that filled the room.
Stacie and Justin say “I do” at the Church Street Chapel in an intimate wedding ceremony.
We were also asked to photograph and film the same wedding, a first for us. The bride and groom, Debbie and Joe, could not have been happier with the outcome. With a beautiful traditional ceremony at The Christ Church in Plymouth, followed by a fun-filled ceremony in Norton, we managed to capture everything they asked for on both photo and video.
About to say “I do”, Debbie and Joe exchange vows at the Christ Church in Plymouth.
Don’t miss their trailer video! This really brings everything to life.
Of course we could go on and on, showcasing so many babies, kids, families, brides, grooms, people and places. But we’ll wrap up this “look back” by showing you the highlight video from one of our most famous weddings of 2012. Deanna and CJ had their Easton Country Club wedding showcased on TLC’s Four Weddings. This highlight video was our most shared blog post, shared 175 times on FaceBook.
Thank you, everyone who has supported Photo & Video by Joe Goldsberry in any way. Whether you’re a past client, a 2013 client, or you clicked “like” on a FaceBook photo, we appreciate you, and we are so happy you are taking this journey with us!