Lindsay has been in photographer all of his life, which takes him back into the film era. He has captured images in many parts of the world, including Japan, Korea, Thailand, Bali, American Samoa, Hawaii, and many other areas in United States and Canada. Professionally he has worked in the music and movie industries. When living in California he worked with Paul A. Rothchild on the movie production “The Rose” which starred Bette Midler. A photographer, musician, and woodworker, especially enjoying woodturning, Mr. Freese also worked as a college professor for many years in the field of human services. Now retired he spends a significant amount of time with his cameras primarily “focusing” on fine art photography, especially flowers. He does significant post-processing work using Photoshop and Lightroom and other software to further enhance his images. Lindsay, a New Hampshire native, is married, and relishes opportunities to photograph his grandchildren and the beauty around his home in Stoddard, NH.
Steve Hooper currently owns Hooper Visuals-a commercial photography and videography business in Keene, NH. Hooper has spent his career as a still photographer in the newspaper business. He worked at The Keene Sentinel as a staff photographer before retiring three years ago. Hooper coordinated the four year grassroots effort to make the film An American Nurse At War which chronicles the Red Cross war experience of his great-aunt Marion McCune Rice. The film was completed in late 1997. A newly edited DVD version with closed captioning is available. Hooper is currently Executive Producer of a hi-definition 90 minute documentary about Mount Monadnock, the most climbed mountain in America titled Monadnock- The Mountain That Stands Alone which is in the editing phase now. Hooper enjoys photography, skiing, golfing and fishing in his spare time. Hooper, a Brattleboro native, lives in Keene with his wife Jackie. He has one grown daughter Althaea and a granddaughter Brianne. Hooper is 65.
One Day and Two Day Workshops
We offer one and two day workshops, as well as one-on-one training for photographers at all levels. Workshops include photo shoots, small group discussions, demonstrations, editing techniques, and more.
one day Workshops include lunch and two day workshops include two lunches and one dinner.