The event last night was a great time.  Thank you to everyone that made the trip out to Jamaica Plain. I hope to have another one soon. For those that could not make it, there are plenty of prints still for sale and all can be delivered in time for the holidays. Contact me for more info, there will be galleries on this site soon you can order from.


Here is the write up for the event, just a little history of the daily pic, followed by some shots of the event itself.  Thanks to Anna and Danny for running the photobooth, I even got in front of the camera for a change.

Tim Rice has had a passion for photography for over 20 years, starting with point-and-shoot cameras and graduating to a Pentax K1000 when he was a teenager.  He has owned a One-Hour Film lab, taught Black & White/Darkroom classes at local colleges, and even worked for Kodak.  As digital photography gained popularity, Tim put the camera away and stopped shooting for a few years. In the summer of 2009 Tim picked up a Nikon D80 and it started again. Though he was reluctant to embrace the new, digital format, he knew it was the only way to get behind the lens again.  On October 1, 2009 he set forth with a project to take one photo each day for the month.  On November 1, Tim pushed the project deadline out another month.  Each new month brought new ideas, but no end to the project that started in October 2009.  As of today it has been 1131 days. That’s 1131 photos, a visual diary, no themes, no constraints; landscapes, still life, people, animals, food, toys…anything is eligible to show up in the growing set. He has moved the project to his website where it is the subject of the (aptly named) “daily pic blog”. Viewers can subscribe so they don’t miss a post.

Tim is also available to shoot family portraits, weddings, birthday parties, bar/bat mitzvas, and corporate events.  He has a commercial portfolio that includes product shots from makeup to fudge, and operates a custom photobooth that enhances any gathering no matter how big or small.

Each of the photos displayed have come from the daily pic project in one way or another – either they are a daily pic themselves or were part of the process of getting that one shot. Follow the project at Rice’s website,





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