Did you hear us that day? We hollered HELLO from 8600′ and we were totally high! (In elevation, silly!) Continue reading “Hello From 8600 feet! We Were High. In ELEVATION!!”
The Castle Tour continues! Today’s “Postcard from Germany” comes to you from Sigmaringen Castle (Schloss Sigmaringen), fittingly nestled in the town of Sigmaringen. Continue reading “Postcards From Germany: Sigmaringen Castle”
Best Time to Photograph Rockefeller Center
Turns out, somewhere between 2 & 3am Sunday morning is a good time to photograph Rockefeller Center.
That is, if you didn’t want an people in your shot!
It all started with a birthday dinner. Which was late. And long. And Greek! In Astoria.
It was such a blast getting to do an episode of The Chat with Nicole S. Young! We actually recorded that one awhile back. She was one of my first intrepid friends to step up as I was still working out my format, flow and style for the show. Nicole is fearless – and she proved that by helping me my Chat project off the ground!
Later on in the summer, she and hubby Brian Matiash came up for a weekend with Kodak the Wonder Dog and joined me and my hubs Joe Dolister for some hangin’ and shootin’ fun. One of the places we went was the abandoned train tunnels above Truckee, in the Sierra Nevada mountains. They’re fun and spooky – and are full of the work of graffiti artists who change the wallscape up there on a regular basis. Here, Nicole paused for a pose!
I love photography. I love music. I love them together, separately, it just doesn’t matter.
I love Love and know for sure that in the end, Love is All. So there you have it.
LIL Galleries is my passion project: photographs, music, voice and story (two more things I love), all rolled into one. I see it as a new form of arts gallery, really; presenting artists’ (photographer and musician alike) work in a way that tells a story. Soothes souls. Gives folks a break. Reminds us of our hearts. This particular show is a blend of old and new: it’s about a group of 20 photographers who all met and became friends on the modern day phenomenon that is Google+. Whose story of “Love” is set to a truly old fashioned tune by Bing Crosby, dated 1937. All about… yup. Love.
The “LIL” in LIL Galleries stands for “Life is Light.” Because life is, in every way possible, an expression of light. It also, of course, means “small.” Continue reading “LIL Galleries: Love”