Photography

   The time machine was invented in the early 1800s by Nicephore Niepce. Its more common name today is the CAMERA. Mr. Niepce made his first permanent photographs in 1826 by coating  a pewter plate with bitumen. Once the bitumen was exposed to light in the camera  it would harden. The unexposed areas were washed away and voila’ a time portal. With that photograph we would forever be able to travel back in time. Each photograph is a time passageway, taking us back to when we were younger, Christmas day with our favorite toy, our parents wedding, our grandparents graduation. All of this information recorded for us to travel back in time. Yes, you can see time as it was. Photographs are a way of capturing time and transporting us back to past time and place.

STREET PHOTOS

Street Photos

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STREET PHOTOS (Various Times) One of pleasures of walking the streets of New York are the various people, places and things you see.

CARIBBEAN DAY PARADE 2014

Caribbean Day Parade

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CARIBBEAN DAY PARADE 2014 (September 1, 2014) One of the largest Parades in the United States is the Caribbean Day Parade. Held every year on every year on Labor Day.

 

EWERDT HILGEMANN “MOMENTS IN A STREAM”

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Ewerdt Hilgemann (August 1, 2014) A series of sculptures from German artist Ewerdt Hilgemann are on Park Avenue between 52nd Street and 67th Street. The seven sculptures were created explicitly for the Park Avenue exhibition using an implosion process. These sculptures fit perfectly into the built environment of New York’s Park Avenue.

 

GIRLS WRITE NOW

CHAPTERS IV 2014

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Girls Write Now (June 20, 2014) Distinguished by the White House and the President’s Committee on the Arts & the Humanities as one of the nation’s top after school arts and culture programs, Girls Write Now is the first organization in the United States with a writing/mentoring modeled exclusively for girls.  Girls Write Now presented CHAPTERS, their annual reading series highlighting the work of the teen writers, with special guest novelist, essayist, and editor Christina Baker Kline  for the June 20, 2014 reading

 

Kara Walker   “A Subtlety”

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“A Subtlety” (May 10, 2014 – July 6, 2014)These photographs where taken at Kara Walkers exhibition “A Subtlety” in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It is “the Marvelous Sugar Baby an Homage to the unpaid and overworked Artisans who have refined our Sweet tastes from the cane fields to the Kitchens of the New World on the Occasion of the demolition of the Domino Sugar Refining Plant”

 

THE PRODUCTIVE KIDSCREEN AFTERPARTY

Kidscreen After Party

The Productive , NYC (February 6, 2013) The Productive held an afterparty for Kidscreen. Kidscreen Summit is the kids entertainment industry’s most important annual event. In 2012, the conference welcomed almost 1,600 attendees from around the world.

 

 

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