So, let's tackle pronunciation: TROSCIANIEC is pronounced trŌSē’anik. It's really not that hard, but Ed is easier to pronounce and much easier to spell.
Some tidbits about me:
I live in Bangor Maine and have been active with cameras since 1983.
Over the years my photography has ebbed and flowed relative to career choices. I handle three things professionally: I'm a Photographer, a Financial Advisor and US Navy Pilot. As I've progressed in my chosen careers my interest in different types of photography grows.
My leisure time is spent staying busy, generally outdoors regardless of the season or weather.
I find myself an observer of life and record as many fantastic parts of it as I can.
My philosophy on photography:
The greatest joy to me is photographing people in their natural state, and who are barely aware of what I see as I capture that special moment. It's a privilege to be involved in documenting someone's special occasion.
The cumulative collection events we share stitches together the fabric we call life. We can't turn back the clock to see something in it's absolute original form again. That genuine split second, if noticed at all, will ultimately become a fading memory.
My goal is to freeze those moments for you so it draws you back in time. We all have those times that need to be documented, remembered and shared. Ask yourself what really resonates with your soul. I create art that is personal to you. It is the visual reminder that is the prelude to a story. How cool is that?
As a Maine photographer, I cover the entire state and am willing to accommodate other destinations as well. It makes no difference if it's a wedding, special event or a wilderness adventure.
I've traveled the globe extensively and have searched for and endured harsh environments, so it would be a challenge to suggest a photography situation that would be out of reach of my liking.
I look forward to working with you on whatever photographic project that you'd like. It'll be a lot of fun and ultimately have images you'll be pleased to share for years to come.