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Fine Art and Editorial Photography

Puddle reflection, Midtown Manhatten.

Puddle reflection, Hell's Kitchen 

Huddle reflection, Midtown

Portrait of a Man, Mexico

Pond reflection, Central Park

Midtown Reflections

Auto reflection
Fire Escapes, Hell’s Kitchen.

Fire Escapes, Hell's Kitchen

West Midtown Manhattan

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All of the images
shown on this website are available for exhibition, purchase as limited edition prints, or for license as book cover art or editorial use. Please get in touch via the contact page for fees or print prices. To see other work, please enquire.

I am a literary photographer specializing in author photographs for book jackets, publicity use, and publication in newspapers, magazines, film, television, and on web sites and in Ebooks. I have licensed my author photographs to publishers on every continent, and have an extensive archive dating back to the late 1980s of more than one thousand writers, among them many Scandinavians, Latin Americans and Spaniards.

An official photographer for the Sewanee Writers Conference for the first thirty years of the Conference, I have been photographing Sewanee people and events since 1990, and have a large image archive of its faculty and participants over the years in both formal portraits and informal settings. 
I am available for photographic assignments, with or without accompanying text, and can travel domestically or internationally.

Photographs of Ian McEwan, Stephen Hawking, Doris Lessing, William Gaddis, Donald Barthelme, Angela Carter and Andrew Hudgins are among my author portraits which have served as front cover art.

Before turning to photography full-time in 1989, I wrote book reviews, author interviews, publisher profiles and photography articles and reviews for such publications as Publishers Weekly, The New York Times Book Review, The Los Angeles Times, The Chicago Sun-Times, The Chicago Tribune, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, The Villager, Saturday Review, Popular Photography and American Photographer, which also published my full-page-plus photograph of Andreas Feininger.

I was the recipient of an NEH grant for journalists through which I participated in a month-long seminar with Henry Nash Smith at the University of California, Berkeley, received a 1984 Merit Award from the Art Directors Club (1984) for my text to the story "Volcano," in Popular Photography magazine, and won a Scholarship in Non-Fiction to the 1984 Bread Loaf Writers Conference.

In addition to my literary portraits and publishing event photography, I have a large stock of cityscapes, especially of New York, including photos of New York's bridges and waterways, and of photojournalistic imagery a.k.a. "street shooting." A 1994 trip to Cuba, where I had an exhibition of author photographs, yielded a large number of Cuban street shots and portraits.

 

Should you wish to use one of my abstract images I prefer a different orientation — that is, to change it to a horizontal if vertical or rotated the photograph  180° — that would not be a problem. I am not wedded to the orientation of each picture as presented here.

Somnolent Cat

Urban Abstract

The wonders of sunlight

Pigeon on the fire escape, Hell's Kitchen

Young man in checks, Hell's Kitchen 

Hell's Kitchen view

Hell's Kitchen view

Maplewood, NJ train platform in late afternoon sun.
Playground, Hell's Kitchen

The San Remo Apartments buildings on Central Park West

Far west Hell's Kitchen street viewed from above

View of Midtown from Hell's Kitchen

Weehawken with its water tower viewed from Hell's Kitchen

Wall, Hell's Kitchen.

Central Park duck pond

Hell's Kitchen view. After this photograph was taken the building in the foreground collapsed and there is now an empty lot in that space.

Hell's Kitchen view facing East

The White House Tavern, Hudson Street 

The Strand bookstore, 12 Street & Broadway
The moon beside the house.
Puddle reflection

Snow Leopard, Bronx Zoo

Adult giraffe and youn, Bronx Zoo 

East African Crowned Crane, Bronx Zoo 

Whooper Swans, Bronx Zoo 

Two-year-old Lion Brothers, Bronx Zoo
Pere David's deer, Bronx Zoo.

Peacock hen and chicks, Bronx Zoo 

Nyala female and fawn, The Bronx Zoo.

White-naped Cranes, Bronx Zoo 

Manhattan view

Manhattan sky

Reflecting pool, Lincoln Center

The Intrepid, Aircraft-carrier-turned-museum.

Afternoon shadows, Hell's Kitchen

Mourning dove on the fire escape, Hell's Kitchen 

 Male mallards standing on the frozen snow- covered pond, Central Park

Flora in snow, Central Park