About the Book
Following in the footsteps of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Garry Winogrand and Lee Friedlander has led me to my own beat in street photography. Shooting around the world, I try to capture images that alter our awareness, puncture pretension and mine irony from surface appearances In my vision warmth and wit, and the wily truth reside within revelatory geometries. My images lodge in the interstices of perception: what people look at, yet don’t see, the beautiful yet strange, the real yet surreal, the quotidian yet quintessential. Often, we don’t see what we should, but the camera does. My solo exhibition venues have included The African American Museum in Philadelphia; Hebrew University in Jerusalem, Israel; the High Point Historical Museum in North Carolina (Grand Opening Exhibit); The Jewish Museum of New Jersey; the Morgenthal-Frederics Gallery, the Tamarkin Leica Gallery, and The Harlem School of the Arts in New York City. I have also exhibited extensively in Connecticut.