UCLA Anderson Loeb Awards

Normally, I would not consider a corporate job an entry in the News section but this one is the exception. Every year I photograph the UCLA-Anderson School of Management Gerald Loeb Awards. Currently hosted by Tyler Mathisen of CNBC, annually it gives awards to journalist of all media and markets,  from small local newspapers to cable and network news organizations, for excellence in financial news reporting. I am posting this for two reasons. First, as Tyler Mathisen remarked in his opening statement,”In 2008, financial news was the news.” Financial journalist were at the front line reporting what was and is …

60th Annual Art of the Northeast Exhibition

May 8 to June 5 2009 Juried by: Douglas Dreishpoon Chief Curator, Albright-Knox Art Gallery Buffalo, New York This exhibition is held every year at the Silvermine Guild of Artist and is open to any artist living in the Northeast, from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania to all of the New England states. 434 artist submitted over 925 works which only 51 pieces were accepted. A full color catalog was also printed. If you want to view the video, on www.youtube.com, of  the jurying process by Douglas Dreishpoon, click here for part 1, part 2 and part 3. My image …

American Airlines Group Show

Last fall, Ann Hart of Annart and Jennifer Embler of Embler Art Gallery, collaborated withAmerican Airlines Admirals Club to display works by  a group of 6 artist in their Laguardia Aiport Admirals Club in New York. I have 11 photographs from my SKY/SEA series including three 48″ x 60″ prints of the “Dark Interval” series. The other artist include: Tom Berntsen, Liz Dexheimer, C. Leach, David Morico, and  M. Wulffleff. They will be on view until the Fall of 2009.

Charleston Weddings Magazine-Summer 2009

Here is a four page spread from Charleston Weddings Magazine from a wonderful wedding that I shot last summer in Myrtle Beach. It was one of those weddings were everyone, from the family to the planner and back to the guests, could not have been nicer, easeir or more accomodating to work with! That always makes for great pictures!!!

MMQB Cover

Below are two environmental portraits that I took of Benjamin Pardo, in May, who is the design director at Knoll.

“Elsewhere” Group Exhibit at Silvermine Guild of Artist

“Elsewhere”, is a group exhibit at Silvermine Guild of Artist and it was juried by Robert and Shana ParkeHarisson. A husband and wife photography team that, as Robert ParkeHarrisson writes in their second book, “I want to make images that have open, narrative qualities, enough to suggest ideas about human limits. I want there to be a combination of the past juxtaposed with the modern. I use nature to symbolize the search, saving a tree, watering the earth. In this fabricated world, strange clouds of smog float by; there are holes in the sky. These mythic images mirror our world, …

“The Abstracted Eye” Group Photography Exhibit at the Wilton Public Library

In the spring of 2007, I was juried into the Silvermine Guild of Artist.  With more than 300 artist and over 80 years of history, the guild supports artist of all medium with great galleries and an artist community along with a school and concert series. This was a group photography exhibit at the Wilton Public Library,  that was currated by Jeffrey Mueller, Gallery Director at the Silvermine Guild of Artists, It included 5 Guild Member photographers, Torrance York, Marjorie Wolf, Alan Shulik , Nancy McTague-Stockalong with myself. Jeffrey Mueller included 5 images from my Sky/Sea series. To view the …

“Art of the Northeast” 2011 at Silvermine Guild Art Center

Silvermine Guild Art Center’s most recognized juried competition, Art of the Northeast, is opening on April 16th and goes until June 3rd and I am happy to announce that one of my photographs has been selected to be in the show. This years juror is Tom Eccles who is the Director of the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. My photograph was selected from thousands of all different types of media from the Northeast (from PA to ME). Here is the image that was selected: