Friday night was the opening reception of Local Industry at UNH’s Seton Gallery. It’s a really cool collection of selected works of local artists. I’m one of those artists, and one of my Winchester photographs is on display. It feels right at home among the other selected works, which all add to the narrative and […]
These predate the storm. Some photos from around Fairhaven.
Streets and Beats PHOTOGRAPHS BY SEMHAL TSEGAYE “If you enter someone’s life, you have to live there for a while” Bruce Davidson It would be an oversimplification to classify this project under one static theme. What began as an examination of street life and gangs in New Haven has become a foray into the bourgeoning […]
Chris Randall and I went to a photography workshop in NYC to learn to photograph New Haveners better. Since we were there, we took some pictures. Here are some of my images from the day.
There was plenty of free parking on Thanksgiving Day in downtown New Haven. It looked like a ghost town. This happens predictably a few times a year but still a bit weird to experience. I guess this is what downtown Hartford goes through after 5pm all the time :-). From my camera phone.
I’ve been very busy this week and so I got behind in taking pictures. I usually have them posted ahead of time so I am not rushed to grab photos. So I gave myself a quick assignment: 30 minutes to take pictures and they must be from inside the car. All these were taken yesterday […]