“Hublein’s Retreat” • Talcott Mountain State Park, Simsbury, Connecticut “Vital Tides I” • Bluff Point State Park, Groton, Connecticut “Storm King Mountainscape” • Storm King Mountain, Cornwall, New York “Woodtick Quietude” • Scovill Reservoir, Wolcott, Connecticut “Nessacus Fortune” • Wahconah Falls, Dalton, Massachusetts “Green Mountain Riverscape” • Thundering Brook, Killington, Vermont “Gorgle of Marble” • Kent Falls, Kent, Connecticut “Meigs Dawn” • Hammonasset Beach State Park, Madison, Connecticut “Machimoodus Dreamscape” • Machimoodus State Park, East Haddam, Connecticut “Old Dish Mill Falls on Jim Brook” • Roaring Brook Nature Center, Canton, Connecticut
Dominion of the Gulls (Pleasure Beach on Long Beach Peninsula, Bridgeport, Connecticut)

What Remains of the Joy

Few places in Connecticut so strongly embodied the "post-apocalypse" aesthetic as Pleasure Beach, a deserted amusement park and cottage village which stood vacant for nearly two decades at the end of a 1.5-mile peninsula on Long Island Sound.

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2014 QVCAH Photofest

Four of my framed pieces have been selected for the 2014 Photofest, a national juried exhibition hosted by the Quinebaug Valley Council of Arts & Humanities in Southbridge, Massachusetts. Photofest 2014 will feature the work of "twenty-seven artists from thirteen states" and I'm honored to be among the exhibitors.

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Winding Like the River (Mianus River Gorge Preserve, Bedford, New York)

Havemeyer Fallscape

It was the Nature Conservancy's first project. It was the first National Natural Landmark. It's only 30 miles from New York City? The 760-acre Mianus River Gorge Preserve is a truly unique place.

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Exhibition at Noah Webster Gallery

During the month of July, my Waterfalls of Connecticut exhibition will be on display at the Noah Webster Library Gallery in West Hartford, Connecticut.

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Comstock Crossing at Colchester (Comstock Covered Bridge over the Salmon River, Colchester, Connecticut)

Connecticut’s Old Timbered Crossings

These covered bridges embody core elements of New England life: beauty, ingenuity and hardship. So although they may have outlived their era of their functional relevance, but they have emerged with a more enduring role, standing as potent reminders of who we are amidst a world in which it's ...

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