This past weekend, Yale and New Haven hosted the first ever contemporary African arts and culture festival: Africa Salon. It was a gathering of some of the most interesting visual, musical, literary, fashion and film artists working on and around the continent, including what was likely one of the liveliest concerts Yale’s Battel Chapel has […]
Archives for March 2015
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There has been a lot of interest in this photo, so I’ve just released a limited edition run of twenty 12″ x 18″ prints for $100 each. As you likely know, this is the only remaining New York City oyster barge in the country, which has been on Front Street for almost 100 years, is […]
If you would like to see some of my work in the real world, you’re in luck! I have a show up at Atticus on Chapel Street until May 3. These are the pieces in the show, and they’re all around 26″x 40″ with the frame. If you are interested in ordering a framed or […]
“A love story is like a journey on a train,” said the French poet Grand Corps Malade. If this is the case, then the train station is where all love stories begin. For me, Union Station is where my love for New Haven began, 3 years ago. In the station, I see people waiting, hoping. […]
Got a couple day time shots but mostly night time panoramas. Edgewood Park Edgewood Park ft. Viki Harkness Hal York St. Broadway Broadway Woolsey Hall Woolsey Hall Woolsey Hall
On Saturday March 21st Mothers Demand Action honored several people in the New Haven community who have worked over the years to make it a better place to live. Their work has focused on our children, advocacy for people and their economic opportunity, civil rights and much more. The individuals honored ranged from people in […]