The Pool and Freedon

February 24, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
A RAW: The Oculus Personally 9/11/01 and the site of the World Trade Center Towers will for always cause me a bit of angst. On that day, I was going to work like I normally did but, on that day I was filled with the knowledge just a few weeks before I'd be expecting my second child. Interestingly, even though took my 35mm Minolta down there and sh...
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One Light

November 30, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
An incredible performance by a fierce and fearless artist on Ocean Drive in Miami's Historic South Beach Art Deco district. Even though I shoot a lot of images, I only have a handful that I'd want to blow up, and put on a wall. This image is one of them; it was shot with available light as the performer took command. I wanted to catch that sliver o...
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Afro Batman - Why So Serious?

June 26, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
Why so Serious? Photo As a child growing up I wanted to be a special effects designer, painter, and photographer and as an adult looking back that just boils down to being an artist. Throughout the early part of my career, I've stayed close to art as a typographer, prepress four-color film producer, and color specialist. These roles and some of th...
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A secret garden

June 25, 2016  •  Leave a Comment
I decided to splurge this time rent the Canon 70-200mm LII f2.8 for my son's graduation and went strolling the day after with this beast on my shoulder. I figure it's way easier to rent this baby for 100 dollars than to spend almost three thousand dollars. These beauties were where around Brooklyn and no matter where you look, it reminded me of sum...
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The Transfer (Color Blind)

March 23, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
I come from traditional roots, which means I used a phototypositor, worked with pressmen to produce six color magazines and trapped images for graphic artwork. While these tools and techniques seem ancient today, they only died about ten to fifteen years ago. The phototypositor is much longer than that:) At a young age, I understood why the tradit...
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