I once commented to a friend that virtually no one reads the text on my web site.
She told me that she had read every word. After that pronouncement, I conducted an
un-scientific survey. It may be that some viewers of my images are interested in any information that I may offer about my work.
Hence, the following:
On June 30, 2013, after eleven years in my 396 Meeting St. studio,
I locked the red door for the last time.
I thought, “What’s next?”
We took possession of a townhouse in May 2017.
Immediately, my wife encouraged me to design a studio.
Now I have a strobe-light studio geared for black and white imaging of human bodies.
2018 was spent developing a satisfactory beginning repertoire.
After 30 photo sessions, spanning March 7th to December 16th, 2018, I was satisfied that I understood my space sufficiently to offer clients an inspiring experience and
a remarkable collection of images from a three to four hour session.
Since writing the previous paragraph,
I have continued to discover new images
with every new body.
Every person responds differently to the space,
allowing for a unique session for each client.
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