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A New Perspective on Nashoba Brook from a Local Artist/Business Owner

'Everyday, New Again,' a photography exhibit from Harry Bartlett, is on display now at West Concord hotspot Nashoba Brook Bakery.

Concord resident Harry Bartlett discusses how photography intersects with his other interests and enterprises in his new exhibit on display at Nashoba Brook Bakery.
Concord resident Harry Bartlett discusses how photography intersects with his other interests and enterprises in his new exhibit on display at Nashoba Brook Bakery.
Harry Bartlett is principle at Bartlett Interactive and the founder of Concord Conserves. But before either of those things, he was a photographer. 

And all three of those aspects of Bartlett, plus his being a local resident, come together in a new photography exhibit, "Everyday, New Again," now on display at Nashoba Brook Bakery in West Concord. 

"It felt like a natural fit to exhibit some photographs down here," said Bartlett, whose interactive communications company is located above the bakery on Commonwealth Avenue. "It combines my interests in the environment, also being a photographer for quite a while and also what I do for work." 

More than 40 years after building a dark room in his family's attic, Bartlett's interest in photography is still strong. While he's no longer a full-time photographer, he still shoots for some clients and has a camera with him always -- be it a Nikon or an iPhone. 

"I think it's really changed photography a lot," Bartlett said of the emergency of camera-phones. "I always have a camera on me, and you never know when there is going to be a good shot." 

Watch the video above to hear Harry Bartlett discuss how photography intersects with his other interests and enterprises in his new exhibit on display at Nashoba Brook Bakery. 

Will Gerstmyer January 10, 2014 at 08:29 AM
Can't get the video to load - is it working? Thanks, Will Gerstmyer
Patrick Ball January 10, 2014 at 09:56 AM
Thanks for letting us know, Will. I'm also having trouble getting it to load, and am checking to see what the issue is. -pb

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