I know you see a lot of dancers and theater portraits from me – it’s what I specialize in. But I also enjoy other types of portrait photography including senior portraits! Anthony came to me from a friend of his who’s a dancer so that counts!
Anthony was a pleasure to work with and a very polite young man
Anthony also plays High School lacrosse so I had a little fun creating some unique images for him. More on these with be shared in another blog post!
Ready for me to create some great memorable images for you or a senior you know? We can create the images in my studio, on location someplace special or both! Contact me at dave2dabourphoto.com or 908.995.7273 for more information
What we feared most has sadly come true. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, there will be no 2020 Freddy Awards. But wait – all is not lost. WFMZ and the wonderful State Theatre will be having a television special on Thursday, May 21 at 6:30 pm. Details are still being worked out on what will be in the special but I can’t wait!
My favorite photos from last year’s Freddy Awards are currently on display at the Easton Hospital Gallery inside the State Theatre. Of course, no one will be able to see them until we return a little more to the old normal and are able to re-open the theater. In the meantime, I wanted to share a slide show of my photos that are on display in the gallery.
If you see one you love they are for sale by the State Theater. Please contact them to find out how to purchase. Get in touch with me if you have any questions.
Tonight is opening night for SKIT’s next show: Disney’s “My Son Pinocchio, Geppetto’s Musical Tale.” Tickets are available in advance or at the door. The show will run 2 weekends at Voorhees High School auditorium. More information on the SKIT website.
Publicity photos for SKIT’s next show: Disney’s “Pinocchio” Photo by DAVE DABOUR
SKIT’s next production opens this Saturday: “My Son Pinocchio, Geppetto’s Musical Tale.” Tickets are available in advance or at the door. I recommend in advance (can print a home) so you’re not sitting all the way in the back.
All performances are at the Voorhees High School auditorium.