Merlin Hawk
Feb 9th, 2014 by admin

I went seal watching in Pelham Bay Park in the Bron yesterday (and photographed the seal watchers, of course) and met a couple of birders, Glenn and Mike, on the way back to my car. Glenn had spotted a merlin hawk perched in the top of a tree right next to the promenade. Mike was kind enough to track me down and send me a photo:

This is why I love my new project. I get to poke around different waterside areas of NYC, see amazing things you don’t expect in the city, and meet incredible people!

Photoville Panel: Superstorm Sandy: Photographers Perspectives
Aug 30th, 2013 by admin

On September 22 I will join photographers Ben Lowy, Wyatt Gallery, Douglas Ljungkvist and Kisha Bari for a panel discussing photographing after Hurricane Sandy. It will be moderated by Sean Corcoran (of the Museum of the City of New York) who has been a strong supporter of What are the Wild Waves Saying: Storm Stories from the Rockaways, since Jen and I began the project.

Wall Street Journal
Aug 30th, 2013 by admin

William Myers of the Wall Street Journal included What are the Wild Waves Saying in his article “Two Perceptions of American Spirit.” His review of my show follows his thoughts on Walker Evans at the Museum of Modern Art. My photographs have never been in better company!

New Yorker listing and Voice of America Profile
Aug 16th, 2013 by admin

I’m very excited tonight from seeing some coverage of What are the Wild Waves Saying at Bonni Benrubi!

The New Yorker published a brief review/listing Goings on About Town. I thought it was an insightful take on my photographs and Jen’s audio. Thank you New Yorker