Following Yvonne

In the final month of Framingham’s first mayoral campaign, I followed then-candidate Yvonne Spicer as the de facto campaign photographer. The campaign needed marketing collateral for that last push to the November 7 election and I was asked (or rather, I asked) to take photographs. If you’ve received an Yvonne Spicer for Mayor campaign mailer, or visited the website, or looked at her campaign Facebook page, the chances are you’ve seen a photograph taken by…

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Dad/Husband/UXer/Photographer/Brit/Yank/BWFC/Red Sox — Taker of photos and writer of a few words to surround them. www.ainscowphoto.com

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Mark Ainscow

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Dad/Husband/UXer/Photographer/Brit/Yank/BWFC/Red Sox — Taker of photos and writer of a few words to surround them. www.ainscowphoto.com

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