Saturday, April 26, 2008

Baby Elise & Barrett Family Portraits

Barrett Family Portraits
This photo shoot was a lot of fun because we had many generations on both sides of the family present to welcome little Elise into the world. The portraits were shot in the Barrett's home where everyone gathered for brunch.

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Andrew Hughes Trains for Tour de Cure

This May I am going to participate in a 35K bike ride to raise money for diabetes research. It is called the Tour de Cure and this leg takes place near Atlanta, Georgia. I am riding with Team Murphy whose captain, Maura, happens to be a diabetic. We are all doing this for somebody we know. For more info or to donate please check out this page.

Quick Tour Video of Our Favorite Photos

Watch Our Favorite Photos Video
Those with a fast internet connection and Quicktime can watch a 2 minute video of our favorite photographs here or they can browse the photos in a gallery here. Updates Photo Galleries

Browse Our Photo Galleries at has revised its galleries of photographs taken by Andrew Hughes for Masqueman Photography & Design. The photo galleries now showcase my best work and can be browsed here

Tuesday, April 22, 2008 Web Site Updated!

After weeks of hair pulling and late nights, I have finally finished the updated version 2.0 of my web site, This site for Masqueman Photography & Design features samples of my graphic design, web design and photographic work. It now has drop-down menus, better galleries and samples.

Saturday, April 12, 2008

Trip to San Francisco

San Francisco - Golden Gate Bridge
Jenny and I took a short working trip to San Francisco, CA. It was a whirlwind trip and we experienced lots of sights and sounds including seeing a hit and run pedestrian accident. I think we walked 20 miles one day. Note to self, things are much further than they appear on a map.

Alcatraz had a strange calmness about it that belies its history. THE Golden Gate bridge is spectacular. The city's food is excellent, but our internal time clocks messed up our eating schedule. The trolley cars are memorable. China town is a trinket shopper's delight. We saw a photographic exhibit of Annie Lebowitz that blew us away. I recognized much of the work already. I would like to get back to see the rest of the city that we did not get to this time.

When we landed back in Georgia, our plane hit an air pocket and we dropped like a rock. The passengers let out a collective scream before the plane started flying again. Whew! dodged another bullet...