Cold Spring Exhibit – Thanks!

My exhibit entitled “New York Reimagined” ended its one-month run at the end of July.  I was very pleased at the response to my images and want to thank everyone who came to see them.

Those of you who were not able to visit the gallery can see the images on my portfolio page by clicking here.

I have also been asked by a New York City gallery to be in a solo exhibit this coming September.  Some of these images will be there as well and information about the opening reception will be forthcoming.

I appreciate your interest, and thanks!

New York Reimagined – An Exhibit

I am pleased to announce that my photographs of New York City will be in the Marina Fine Art Gallery during the month of July.  The gallery is in Cold Spring, New York – a location known for its art galleries, beautiful Hudson River location, and good food, for that matter.  Here’s one of my photos from the show.  Please visit my portfolio website and/or Facebook page to get more information (links on the right). I hope you can attend the opening on July 4th, but if you cannot be there for that, perhaps you can visit at another time during the month.


Print Folios

Print folios are a convenient way to present your artwork.  The folio presentation format consists of loose prints with a title and text page in an enclosure that makes the package professional, ideal for showing off your work to a gallery for inclusion in an exhibit, or simply to give as a gift.  Folios can also be sold as a package, since the individual pages can be framed by the purchaser, if desired.

I will have an article on making folios in an upcoming issue of “The Handmade Photograph” – a great online photography magazine.  In the meantime, head on over to my website at and click on “Folios” to see a couple of examples.

Iceland Folio Cover

Iceland Folio Cover


The Player


Sometimes you are in the right place at the right time.  I was walking along and had the good fortune (luck?) to look up to see this violinist.  I loved the color of his clothing against the blue sky.  His sunglasses were perfect with his outfit, and it looked as if he was waiting for someone to serenade as they walked up the steps.


I didn’t do much at all on this image. I brought it into Lightroom using my normal workflow of categorization, rating and keywording, and did just a couple of develop adjustments.


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