Street Photography
Gallery 6

“Sometimes street photographs are difficult to look at or they are so beautiful that you don’t want to look away.” Mary Ellen Mark

 

 
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BACK TO BLACK

SO MUCH MORE THAN BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHS. A WORLD OF LIVES THAT PAST MY TRACKS.

“I’ve worked out a series of no’s. No to exquisite light, no to apparent composition, no to the seduction of poses or narrative. And all these no’s force me to the “yes.”   Richard Avedon

 
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Raised in the Streets

MY PERSONAL PHOTOGRAPHS FROM THE SUMMER OF 2016 AND WINTER OF 2017

“Beautiful, glorious lives being lived right in front of us. All that’s asked is that we look and see these moments in our time. I grew up as a kid in the streets of East Boston. Those same streets have been calling me ever since. The following is just me admitting the truth.” George Disario

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COLLATERAL BEAUTY

THE SUMMER OF 2016 WITH A TINY MIRRORLESS CAMERA
“When does a portrait cease to be a photo of a person and become about all humanity?”
 George Disario
 
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THE STREETS OF NASHVILLE

 

“The sign says “Welcome to Nashville.” … Where legends and idols have stood. It’s a place, where dreams come to harbor. A country boy’s Hollywood.”

Marty Stuart (Sundown In Nashville) 

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May Day Workers Rally, 2017

 

 

 

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North Shore Dreaming

Digital Photo Paintings from Newburyport, Cape Ann & Points North of Boston

“Whether you succeed or not is irrelevant, there is no such thing.  Making your unknown known is the important thing.” Georgia O’Keeffe

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Next Stop Wonderland

More digital photo paintings, this time from New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont and beyond.
Follow me into the rabbit hole.

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IN SEARCH OF HARMONY

Photographic Illustrations

Images from Newburyport, Cape Ann and points north of Boston. They represent a visual style that shows a slightly different, more peaceful view of our home.

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Sanctuary

“A man is a success if he gets up in the morning and gets to bed at night, and in between he does what he wants to do.” Bob Dylan

This series of images that I’m calling Sanctuary is a sort of garden. One that I might have passed by if it were not for the song that it sang to me.

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Contact

Call me at: 978 430-3210 or fill out form below.