Summer Fling by Zack Wussow

Back in June, I went out to Waterbury for another great Mattatuck Museum event, this time at the beautiful campus of a local school. (The museum is currently undergoing a renovation project that is going to be amazing!)


Called the “Summer Fling”, it was English garden party-themed, with charity games, a silent auction, and an amazing dinner.


It was a beautiful night, with perfect weather, lots of good times, and a lot of money was raised for a great cause.


I can’t wait to see the museum when it reopens!

The Night Before in Mystic by Zack Wussow

I joined Colleen and Mandeep on a balmy but beautiful night at Mystic Seaport for their rehearsal dinner. 

I never realized that Mystic hosted private events, but between this and my recent wedding at Old Sturbridge Village, I'm starting to think that exploring living-history museums at night is one of the best perks of my job. (Getting married in Colonial Williamsburg? E-mail me!)

The only downside is, I was so busy taking photos I forgot to grab one of the tasty-looking lobsters for dinner...

Even so, it was a beautiful night, and Colleen and Mandeep's family and friends were so gracious and friendly. Even though I was leaving that night to go on a vacation to Cape Cod, I really wished that I could stick around to see the happy couple on their wedding day.

Congratulations Colleen and Mandeep! 

Hey, Those Look Familiar! by Zack Wussow

March is ending in it's typical yearly lull. No complaints, it gave my fiance and I a chance to get out of town for a few days.

Pictured: not the Brooklyn Bridge

Pictured: not the Brooklyn Bridge

We visited some friends, Brooklyn Bridge Park, and we spent a day at the Museum of Natural History.

Pictured: Danger Turkeys!

Pictured: Danger Turkeys!

April is shaping up to be busy, though! Mostly events for UConn plus a Bar Mitzvah and possibly a last-minute trip.

It was while preparing for one of the UConn events that I had a strange feeling of deja vu. The photos on the event page seemed familiar... because they're mine from last year's event! Always a pleasure to see my work getting used.