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Posts tagged with Fine-Art-Photography

  1. How To Curate Art For Your Home

    Over the past year, I’ve spent a lot of time looking at empty wall space in my house (maybe you have too?) and thinking how I should really hang art there. Not a single large piece, rather a small collection of my favorite pieces Do you have a personal collection…


  2. Scenes From The Cape—New England Photographer

    I’ve been spending more time in my studio darkroom these days hand processing color film. This is a new venture for me as I learned to develop black & white film back in my college darkroom days. It was the general practice to send our color film to the lab…


  3. The Curated Fridge Summer Show

    I’m thrilled to be included in The Curated Fridge summer show, titled “Little Wins,” curated by Bree Lamb (Managing Editor at Fraction Magazine). Check out another excellent show, this time around it’s all digital, no prints on the fridge. Thanks to Bree and Yorgos Efthymiadis (Founder of The Curated Fridge)…


  4. The Curated Fridge Summer Show

    I’m thrilled to be included in The Curated Fridge summer show, titled “Little Wins,” curated by Bree Lamb (Managing Editor at Fraction Magazine). Check out another excellent show, this time around it’s all digital, no prints on the fridge. Thanks to Bree and Yorgos Efthymiadis (Founder of The Curated Fridge)…


  5. Letter from the Cape (Part 2)

    The novel revising continues. Slowly, slowly.  We return to the beach. Boys in tow. Waves roll in.  With a pinhole camera, slowing time.  Photographing the scene, again and again. We carry on, despite the obstacles.  What will you remember about this summer? What photographs have you made? I love to…


  6. Letter from the Cape (Part 1)

    While the world spins madly, I am taking a much needed break from the regular schedule for the next two weeks. I am giving myself the time to revising a novel I’ve been writing for the past three years. I mention it here because between photographs for clients and projects,…


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