Back in Gettysburg, I found that a local bistro featured a jazz trio, an event at the Arts Council highlighted a jazz quartet, and Gettysburg College has an internationally known jazz ensemble. I’ve heard all except the College musicians, and found that the love of jazz is the same regardless of location; I knew it would be so. You probably guessed it; I decided to do an article on jazz in Gettysburg, currently in the works.
I am planning to be out west for most of June at the Little Big Horn Associates meeting in Salinas, KS. Then on to the Custer Battlefield Historical and Museum Association symposium in Hardin, MT, during the anniversary of the battle. I will also be attending the World Model Expo, at the Hilton Hotel, in Chicago on July 7-9, with my friend Keith Rocco. If you are in the area, please stop by and say “hello".
Here’s the latest news!
I am opening a photography studio in Gettysburg. It is Will Hutchison Photography, at 23 Baltimore Street, Suite 100 (717-321-5966), just off the Gettysburg Square. This is a dream I’ve had for over twenty years, since leaving military service. My studio is in a humongous space. I have plenty of room for the equipment I accumulated over decades. It is there I can make light dance to whatever tune I play.
Right now, I’m working with a local interior designer entrepreneur to set up the space. I will open for business in April. My emphasis is on portraits, headshots, product photography, historical collections, photojournalism projects for magazines, various events, and to collaborate, as needed, with artists like Keith Rocco and Don Troiani, and finally, whatever else strikes my fancy.