“Paint Down Main” Quick Draw Event, Historic Ellicott City

20 08 2016

On July 9, 2016, talented (& calm) artists created artwork that they painted in historic downtown Ellicott City during a TWO hour period.  “Paint Down Main”, Quick Draw competition was held on a hot, but beautiful, Saturday morning and it was an AMAZING event to watch! “Paint Down Main” Quick Draw event is within the Paint It! Ellicott City Plein Air Event. How awesome for spectators to witness a piece of art created and completed in such a short amount of time!

The sponsors of this creative and challenging event were Mat About You Custom Framing & Gallery, Ellicott City Partnership (ECP), Howard County Arts Council, Howard County Tourism.

At noon, the blow of the horn sounded, signaling the finish time, painters gathered at the Howard County Tourism lot, displayed their artwork and waited patiently 🙂 while the jurors judged their art. Judges Steve Stannard of Steve Stannard’s Salient Group,  Char Randolph of ClayGround and Sara Arditti, of Still Life Fine Art Gallery, chose winners in the competition for cash prizes. Patrons could then purchase their favorite painting directly off the easel or visit the Paint Down Main exhibit during the Ellicott City 2nd Sunday Art Market, held at Mat About You Gallery on July 10th.

This awesome event is the brainchild of Chuck Gruss of Mat About You, “We hold this event to give the town’s visitors, a chance to see a piece of art work come together from start to finish.  It’s not too often someone gets a chance to see that happen in a such a short amount of time”.

Last year, 2015, was the inaugural year and welcomed 33 participants competing for $600 in cash prizes! This year, 2016, there were 48 participants competing for $1200 in cash prizes!! Mat About you Custom Framing and Gallery, Ellicott City Partnership and Chesapeake Fine Art Studio all donated toward the cash prizes.

Winners from the “Paint Down Main” Quick Draw;

1st Place “Main Street Ellicott City” by Alison Leigh Menke
2nd Place “Little House, Big Woods” by Courtney E. Lee
3rd Place “Wired” by Ray Ewing
Top Non-Juried “Tiber River Under Parking Lot” by Jane Knighton
Honorable Mentions:
-“Old Columbia Pike” by Tara Will
-“Ask Not” by Joanna Burnum
-“Tiger & Blues” by Ann Crostic
-“Tongue Row” by Deborah Cole
-Under 18 Winner “Oriental Rugs” by Ashley Hof
-Under 18 Honorable Mentions, “Park” by Laila Lowery and “City Shop” by Jonathan Storch
-People’s Choice “Old Columbia Pike” by Tara Will

This is one of the many cultural events held in Historic Ellicott City throughout the year. I am looking forward to having our street back and rockin’ the events again!

As I walked around the Quick Draw boundaries, searching for painters, I was in complete awe with what I saw.  Each painter interpreted their views so differently and every single one of them, so magnificently. I loved seeing the many different techniques the artists displayed, the different interpretations of the same landscape. The unique color choices, some muted, some vibrant. Yet they all had something in common, they each produced incredible and beautiful pieces of art.

I hope you enjoy these photos.

Thank you to everyone involved! Hope to see you next year!

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Job very well done, everyone! Thank you for another awesome day in Ellicott City!

I’d like to remind our readers, that if you’d like to donate to the Ellicott City Partnership for the assistance of the flood victims, the link is: Flood donations, thank you for your consideration. 

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Visitors – thank you for checking out images and information about the another event from Historic Main Street.

If you are ever in need of photography services, I’d love the chance to chat with you. Here’s a little more info about us…..Whether you choose to be photographed in our studio, on location or along the quaint streets of our own beautiful historic town of Ellicott City, MD, you will truly enjoy your experience with Pam Long Photography. Clients enjoy a variety of portraiture, from maternity and babies, to children and families, high school seniors, pets, business headshots and special events. Whatever occasion life blesses you with, we will help you capture and document those moments to cherish for generations to come. To receive information about what we offer and how we can meet your needs, please contact us at
410.988.5563 or
email us at pam@pamlongphotography.com to set up a complimentary consultation.

We look forward to transforming your memories into your favorite works of art!:-)

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Howard High School Twins Portrait Session

24 06 2016

What a FUN and GREAT time I had with these twin (graduated) high school seniors during their photo shoot! These two seniors are a FANTASTIC reason for mom and dad to be proud! I was very impressed with them during their portrait session and ordering session.They got along so well with each other :-), had fun and laughed with one another, they’re both respectful and an absolute blast to be around! These Class of 2016 Seniors from Howard High School have a tremendous future in front of them.

They have a trio of wall portraits displayed in their home, here is one of their pieces of artwork.Brother and sister formal portrait photographer Howard County Pam Long Photography studio Ellicott City MD

Can’t you tell by their expressions that they are awesome young adults?

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This is a collage of some of Adeola’s favorite images. It truly demonstrates who she is and showcases her beauty, kindness, athleticism, and cultural heritage. She’s s stunner for sure!

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Ademola is a tremendous athlete as well. He chose his favorite images and I was ecstatic to create this piece of art for him.Senior sports photographer Howard County Pam Long Photography studio Ellicott City MD

Yearbook pictures for Adeola and Ademola! Aren’t they beautiful, you can see the warmth in their eyes and smile, right?

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I’m so glad that I was able to talk mom into getting in the photo with her kids! She was hesitant, but agreed. 🙂 As you can tell, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.

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Tolani, thank you so very much for the trust you’ve placed in me to create these portraits of your beautiful children. You all have much to be proud of and I hope each time you look at their portraits on your walls that all of their wonderful qualities shine through.

Thank you! xo

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Visitors – thank you for checking out Adeola and Ademola’s high school senior portraits. If you are ever in need of photography services, I’d love the chance to chat with you. Here’s a little more info about us…..Whether you choose to be photographed in our studio, on location or along the quaint streets of our own beautiful historic town of Ellicott City, MD, you will truly enjoy your experience with Pam Long Photography. Clients enjoy a variety of portraiture, from maternity and babies, to children and families, high school seniors, pets, business headshots and special events. Whatever occasion life blesses you with, we will help you capture and document those moments to cherish for generations to come. To receive information about what we offer and how we can meet your needs, please contact us at
410.988.5563 or
email us at pam@pamlongphotography.com to set up a complimentary consultation.

We look forward to transforming your memories into your favorite works of art!:-)





Celebrating the wonderful Tersiguel family!

9 07 2015

If you have been to Tersiguel’s French Country Restaurant, then you know how amazing their fabulous cuisine is! In fact, they are celebrating their 40th anniversary of being in business this Saturday! I am thrilled and honored to be photographing this auspicious, sold out, event. We are all so excited about this major milestone and their outstanding accomplishment in Historic Ellicott City.

The founders of Tersiguel’s, Fernand and Odette Tersiguel, are amazing people and I’ve enjoyed getting to know them.  They are an incredible example of the benefits of hard work and determination. They came to the United States in 1963.  In 1980, they opened Chez Fernand on Main Street.  Sadly, the successful Chez Fernand burned to the ground in the fire of 1984.   Fernand and Odette persevered and  re-opened Chez Fernand in downtown Baltimore.   Fortunately for us, they wanted to return to their beloved Ellicott City and Tersiguel’s opened it’s doors, in it’s current location, in October of 1990.

Fernand and Odette Tersiguel Pam Long Photography studio Historic Ellicott City

Chef Michel is a 1984 graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in New York. After his time in New York, he worked in Baltimore, with his family, he also worked in France and in California (with Michael Chiarello) and later served as Chef de Cuisine at Left Bank in Larskpur.  In 1997, he returned to Ellicott City to take over as Executive Chef and owner of Tersiguel’s.

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In addition to valuing and serving magnificent food, they also value family and preserving family history. I had the honor of photographing three generations of Tersiguel’s: Fernand and Odette, their son, Michel and his incredible wife, Angie, and their two beautiful boys; Lucas and Landon. What an fun morning portrait session we had, it was such a glorious day! I was fortunate enough to have Lauren Ward assist me on this sunny day with this very special family. We were inspired by an family photograph of Fernand and Odette taken on their wedding day, in 1963. (They just celebrated 52 years of marriage!) Congratulations! So, we, too, took a family portrait, and used Tersiguel’s as the backdrop. We also created portraits of this beautiful family inside Tersiguel’s, in the Brit dining room. The Brit is short for the Brittany Room. This refers to the region that Fernand and Odette are from. The dishes in this room are called Quimper. That is also the name of the city in which they are made.  Angie shared with me that Quimpler is one of the coolest places she’s been (perhaps that could be the location of your next family portrait session…..I travel 😉 ).  Be sure to view their story and history via their lovely portraits, as they are displayed throughout their restaurant.

Tersiguel’s French Country Restaurant is located at 8293 Main Street, Ellicott City, MD.  Be sure to visit and dine in this delicious  restaurant, voted Best French Restaurant in Howard County, Maryland.  This is definitely a restaurant that your meal time will become a wonderful dining experience and you’ll leave with delightful memories. Tersiguel’s has been the perfect setting for countless birthday celebrations, weddings, anniversaries, graduation festivities, business functions…..imagine if THOSE walls could talk, what an extraordinary story they would tell.

To Fernand, Odette, Michel, Angie, Lucas and Landon, thank you for allowing me the privilege of spending time with you, to get to know you better, and to document more of your family history, what a great honor. I enjoyed my time with you and look forward to enjoying many more great moments together!

To the entire staff, past and present, of Tersiguel’s, thank you for continuing to strive for the best.  You really help provide memorable moments for your dining guests, thank you.

I hope you enjoy these family portraits that we created together.

Until next time, au revoir and bon appetit!

Fernand and Odette Tersiguel Family portraits Pam Long Photography studio Historic Ellicott City

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I was so happy to deliver Angie and Michel’s 40″ gallery wrapped canvas of her beautiful family!  I, of course, was happy when Landon also approved it! 😉

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Visitors – thank you for taking the time to read and view this blogpost about this amazing family.  If you are ever in need of photography services, I’d love the chance to talk with you.  Here’s a little more info about us….. Whether you choose to be photographed in our studio, on location or along the quaint streets of our own beautiful historic town, you will truly enjoy your experience with Pam Long Photography. Clients enjoy a variety of portraiture, from maternity and babies, to children and families, high school seniors, pets, business headshots and special events. Whatever occasion life blesses you with, we will help you capture and document those moments to cherish for generations to come. To receive information about what we offer and how we can meet your needs, please contact us at 410.988.5563 or email us at pam@pamlongphotography.com to set up a complimentary consultation. We look forward to transforming your memories into your favorite works of art!




Senior Portraits for Madeline!

10 04 2015

Thank you, Madeline!

What a wonderful time we had at Madeline’s Senior portrait sessions! I’ve been able to watch Madeline grow from a little girl into a beautiful, intelligent and sweet young lady.  She attends Arundel High School and plays Varsity field hockey and lacrosse. I was thrilled when her mom called the studio to schedule her session and to let me know that Madeline would be part of our Class of 2015 Spokesmodel Team! While at our studio, Madeline enjoyed having her hair and makeup done by the fabulous Lauren Ward!

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Because Madeline is on our Spokesmodel team, she was able to have a fun shopping spree at Sweet Elizabeth Jane and had a great time choosing some beautiful outfits and accessories!  Thank you, SEJ! Sweet Elizabeth Jane boutique Ellicott City Photographer High school senior

Check out these studio portraits of the beautiful Madeline! Howard County High school senior photographer Pam Long Photography studio Ellicott City High school senior pictures Ellicott City photographer Pam Long Photography

Since we have Historic Ellicott City at our fingertips – we took advantage of some of our surroundings! Here are a few portraits of Madeline taken around the town! Howard County Outdoor photographer Historic Ellicott City Howard County photography studio Ellicott City photographer Howard County Senior portrait photographer Ellicott City Pam Long Photography Ellicott City senior photographer in Howard County MD

We also captured her beauty in Fenwick State Park.  The air was warm – it was a sunny Summer day! I had the pleasure of meeting Madeline and her family on location. It was such a blessing to be able to meet them and create these beautiful portraits at the beach. Madeline is so photogenic! 🙂                     High school senior beach photography Ellicott City photographer   Beach photographer high school senior photographer Howard County MD Senior portraits at the beach Howard County photographer Ellicott City MD Senior portraits on the beach Pam Long Photography studio Ellicott City Maryland

Madeline will be playing field hockey at Lynchburg College next year! We are so excited for her! Congratulations, Madeline! Best of luck to you! You know we’ll be staying in touch and will continue watching your succeed! xoxo

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Visitors – thank you for taking the time to read and view this blogpost about this awesome high school senior.  If you are ever in need of photography services, I’d love the chance to talk with you.  Here’s a little more info about us….. Whether you choose to be photographed in our studio, on location or along the quaint streets of our own beautiful historic town, you will truly enjoy your experience with Pam Long Photography. Clients enjoy a variety of portraiture, from maternity and babies, to children and families, high school seniors, pets, business headshots and special events. Whatever occasion life blesses you with, we will help you capture and document those moments to cherish for generations to come. To receive information about what we offer and how we can meet your needs, please contact us at 410.988.5563 or email us at pam@pamlongphotography.com to set up a complimentary consultation. We look forward to transforming your memories into your favorite works of art!




Pam’s Photographic Image accepted into the Loan Collection in the International Print Competition

13 08 2014

PRESS RELEASE

Local Photographer’s Work Goes to International Exhibition 
Pam Long of Pam Long Photography is honored by peers and jurors for high-quality photography.

Ellicott City, Maryland, August 13, 2014— A Photograph created by Pam Long of Pam Long Photography in Ellicott City, has recently been accepted into the Loan Collection of Professional Photographers of America’s 2014 International Photographic Competition. Long’s work will be on display at the Gaylord Opryland in Nashville, Tennessee Feb. 1-3, 2015. This International Photographic Exhibition is held in conjunction with Imaging USA, an annual convention and expo for professional photographers and several photographic associations.

A panel of 45 eminent jurors from across the United States selected the top photographs from nearly 5,000 total submitted entries at Gwinnett Technical College in Georgia. Judged against a standard of excellence, just over 1,800 images were selected for the General Collection and 918 (roughly 18 percent) were selected for the esteemed Loan Collection—the best of the best. The Loan Collection images will all be published in the much-anticipated “Loan Collection” book and over 200 selected General Collection images will be published in the “Showcase” book by Marathon Press.

Titled “But I Don’t WANNA Smile”, Long’s photograph will be in the International Photographic Exhibition alongside other top photographic works from the competition and traveling and special invitational displays. These images constitute one of the world’s largest annual exhibits of professional photography gathered simultaneously under one roof.

About PPA: 
Professional Photographers of America (PPA) is the largest international non-profit association created by professional photographers, for professional photographers. Almost as long-lived as photography itself, PPA has roots that date back to 1869. It assists more than 27,000 members through protection, education and resources for their continued success. See how PPA helps photographers be more at ppa.com.

Contact: Pam Long
410.988.5563

pam@pamlongphotography.com

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Whether you choose to be photographed in our studio, on location or along the quaint streets of our own beautiful historic town, you will truly enjoy your experience with Pam Long Photography. Clients enjoy a variety of portraiture, from maternity and babies, to children and families, high school seniors, pets, business headshots and special events. Whatever occasion life blesses you with, we will help you capture and document those moments to cherish for generations to come. To receive information about what we offer and how we can meet your needs, please contact us at 410.988.5563 to set up a complimentary consultation. We look forward to transforming your memories into your favorite works of art!





Newborn portrait session {Ellicott City newborn photographer}

1 05 2014

I had the amazing pleasure of meeting Gina’s mom and newborn baby, both on the same day. 🙂  Gina and Matt welcomed their sweet, beautiful baby a couple weeks prior to us getting together for their newborn photo shoot.  I was counting the days before I was able to meet their beautiful little bundle of goodness.

Gina and Matt already seemed like well-seasoned parents, even though baby G is their first child.  They were cool, mindful, realistic, laid back yet on top of things, and allowed me work with their little one with complete trust. So easy going! 🙂

Gina and Matt, thank you so much for the trust you placed in me.  I loved our time together and look forward to seeing you soon.  Please give your mama a hug for me. 😉

Here are a few of their newborn portraits.

A beautiful family….

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LOVE that they will have this portrait forever.  The relationship of the size of her hand compared to her mom’s fingers change so drastically, so fast!

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So happy and content in mama’s arms…..

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Private chit chat with daddy…..

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Happy Spring sweetie pie! xoxo

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3 generations of beautiful!!

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Thank you for visiting our blog. Whether you choose to be photographed in our studio, on location or along the quaint streets of our own beautiful historic town, you will truly enjoy your experience with Pam Long Photography. Clients enjoy a variety of portraiture, from maternity and babies, to children and families, high school seniors, pets, business headshots and special events. Whatever occasion life blesses you with, we will help you capture and document those moments to cherish for generations to come. To receive information about what we offer and how we can meet your needs, please contact us at 410.988.5563 to set up a complimentary consultation. We look forward to transforming your memories into your favorite works of art! pam@pamlongphotography.com “LIKE” us on Facebook by clicking here so you can stay tuned in for our specials, promos, and latest news!

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Santa Paws UPDATE!

19 11 2012

The countdown is officially on! It’s hard to believe that we are less than two weeks away from DECEMBER 1st. Have you marked your calendar? DONT WAIT! Book your appointment now, spots are filling up quickly! Call us directly at the studio 410.988.5563 to schedule your appointment today.

Already have plans & can’t attend? We are accepting donations, please mail a check to: Pam Long Photography 8202 Main Street Ellicott City, MD 21043. Pay to the order of Animal Welfare Society of Howard County. You are also more than welcome to drop off any pet friendly donations at the studio prior to the event.  Let’s see how much money we can raise for this fantastic cause! 🙂

We couldn’t be more excited to announce our sponsors for Santa Paws!!! We have received such great support and participation from local businesses, our furry four-legged friends are in for royal TREAT! Together we can make a difference for Maryland’s animals.

We would like to recognize all of our sponsors for making such generous donations! We truly appreciate everything from the doggie bags and treats to gift certificates and baskets filled of goodies for our raffle, we couldn’t have done it without your help.

A very special THANK YOU to:

Bark! Pawsitive Petfood.  Clarksville, Maryland

Dogs & Company.  Columbia, Maryland.

Dogtopia Clarksville, Maryland.

Petco

Petsmart

WorkPlayBark Historic Ellicott City

What better way to get into the holiday spirit than by having pet portraits taken with International Award Winning Photographer, Pam Long.

Your favorite four-legged friends can enjoy a fun photo shoot AND help local animals in need. Through our Santa Paws Charity Event we will be raising funds, awareness and pet food donations for a local animal shelter,Animal Welfare Society of Howard County. Together, we can make a difference for Maryland’s Animals; $30 of every $60 session fee will be donated to the Shelter. This price covers a mini portrait session with a pet. Those who bring a bag of cat or dog food to donate will also receive a complimentary 5X7 portrait (Value $59) with your order!  Special package pricing for this event!  Packages begin as low as $149!

If you missed our original you can read more about it by clicking HERE.