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On Garry Winogrand

As I age I believe my work speaks truer to what I need to express. I’ve been lucky to have met many of the photographers that influence my work in some way. As a young man while in school, I … Continue reading

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I Lost A Friend…..

Lee was one of my housemates at SUNY New Paltz, my first college. A lot of fun times. I last saw Lee in 2003/4, when he was in NYC. We had dinner, drinks, and shared lots of memories. Missing from … Continue reading

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“… you destroy the house …”

“I knew that the techniques will change the vision – if you change the technique. You want to keep this feeling of freedom, and you want to go farther, so you break the rule, you destroy the house, and you … Continue reading

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“Looking On”, Olympus Passion, November 2018

I am very happy to announce that “Olympus Passion” published a portion of my project, “Looking On, Watching the Building of the Freedom Tower”. Many thanks go out to Mauricio and Hugo of “Olympus Passion” for doing a great edit … Continue reading

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Time of Life

I can remember many years ago, I was in my early 30s. I was on the subway going home one Saturday afternoon after visiting some galleries on the upper east side. I was sitting across the aisle from a man … Continue reading

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David Douglas Duncan 1916-2018, R.I.P.

David Douglas Duncan (January 23, 1916 – June 7, 2018) was an American photojournalist who is best known for his dramatic combat photographs. In Memoriam David Douglas DuncanCreditVideo by Harry Ransom Center © Joe McNally 1st Lt David D. Duncan formerly … Continue reading

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Do Not Bend: The Photographic Life of Bill Jay

Bill Jay was the first editor of the highly influential “Creative Camera” magazine, in the late 1960s. He is the author of more than 20 books on the history and criticism of photography, and roughly 400 essays, lectures and articles. … Continue reading

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