A little about Norm Scott

Central, New Jersey, United States
"... because in life, there are no second takes" That is how I view all the details of my profession. I am fully committed to providing the finest photographs that are possible! For generations to come your photographs will be treasured and enjoyed. From the moment you decide I am the one to photograph the most important day of your lives, until long after the last guest has gone, my commitment to you and my craft never wavers! My wife and I have been happily married for almost 25 years, and believe it or not, we met on a blind date! We have 2 dogs with excellent taste and from time to time they might chime in with their thoughts. Check in every so often. Thanks for stopping by.

Windows on the Water at Frogbridge

Windows on the Water at Frogbridge
View over the lake

When a wedding Photographer gets carried away

When a wedding Photographer gets carried away
Bad Idea

Here he is again

Here he is again

Hello I m a photojournalist

Hello I m a photojournalist

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Norman Scott volunteers his photographic skills to the community

Hello all,
On Sunday October 3 from 9:00 am until about noon I will photographing the Ocean County walk to raise funds, raise awareness and find a cure for Juvenile Diabetes at Seaside Heights Boardwalk.
This walk is sponsored by The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International The Central Jersey Chapter.
Any one not busy come on by. Register for a walk and help the children.
Here is the link for the registration form:

An equally wonderful association that helps to make life easier for kids  Is The Make A Wish Foundation
There mission is to  Grant the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy.

On Sunday Oct 17 from 8:30 am until about noon I will be photographing their Walk For Wishes Walk/5K run.
This will take place at Liberty State Park. 
So once again I ask to come on by and get some exercise and help To Make A Wish Come True. 
See you all soon
Norman Scott

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