A small Exhibition of Work, Old and New

Thursday, November 13, 2014
A small Exhibition of Work, Old and New

A small Exhibition of Work, Old and New

I am having a show at the 9th Street Espresso Café. Thanks to Mark Roth, the curator of the gallery there.


Past Future Past

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Come to the Party
Over the last six months I and my collaborator George Newall have made a book of photographs from my earlier days in the East Village....

A Small Exhibition

Sunday, August 4, 2013

I will be showing five large prints ( 44” x 48”) of my work at Ninth Street Espresso (341 E 10th Street, between Avenue A and Avenue B), in New York...

Cross Roads of America

Sunday, August 14, 2011

I don’t go to Times Square very often, so when I do it is really a thrill. I completely understand why a photographer would spend their whole working...

Dagger of the Mind

Thursday, August 11, 2011

The stock market is going nuts, we are all dying of the heat, everything smells bad, so it is good to remember how cold we all were just a little while...

The Sky is the Limit

Monday, August 1, 2011

I have been roaming midtown (and downtown as well,  but this is midtown right now) lately and taking a lot of photos. There is a lot of old and new New...

The Bad Old Days

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

“No one should come to New York City unless they are willing to be lucky.”  E.B. White, “Here is New York”

I moved to New York City From Toronto,...


Monday, July 4, 2011

Claymore is the cat in the window. He came with my first apartment, a summer sublet at 59th St and 1st Avenue. I had a magnificent view of the Queensborough...

The greatest impediment to the full exercise of human intelligence is our willingness to believe our own senses, even in the face of overwhelming evidence that what we are sensing is in fact an illusion. Most major advances in human history have been made by someone with the courage to transcend intuition with rational thought.

That said, the ineffable has a place....

Can We Talk Here?