My first photo, January 17, 1954. Birthday party, Bayside, NY

July 1955. My mom, New Milford

September 1956. Garden, Bayside, NY

1957. My dad

July 1958. My family, Lincoln Memorial, Washington, DC

July 1959. My finger, my older cousin, my younger brother, a B-29 bomber

Langley Field, Hampton, VA​​​​​​​

July 1960. The Waterfront, Crystal Lake, Camp Keowa, Ten Mile River Boy Scout Camps

Narrowsburg, NY

November 1961. Flamingos, Bronx Zoo, New York City.

August 1962. Empire State Building, NYC

August 1963. My father takes a photo of me while I take a photo of him.

October 1964. New York World’s Fair.

August 1965. Campers, Ten Mile River Boy Scout Camps, Narrowsburg, NY

August 1966. We built a bridge across a stream, Narrowsburg, NY. 

January 1967. Lincoln Center, NYC

April 27, 1968. Spectators along Fifth Ave, NYC watching Vietnam War protest march

March, 1969. Albany, NY

June 10, 1970. Bar Harbor, ME

1971. Toes of a dancer

July, 1972. On the waterfront, banana boat, Port of Albany, NY

June 1973. View from the side of the road (Strawberry Mountain, CO)

July 1974. Mom, Plum Island, MA

August 1975. Rochester, NY

July 4, 1976. Bicentennial, Swampscott, MA

January 7, 1977. Elm, falling snow, Berkeley St, Boston

October 1978. Living room, Stone Harbor, NJ

January 1979. Wapato, WA 

1980. Men in booths, Harvard Square, Cambridge, MA

March 1981. Reservoir, Belmont, MA

November 1982. K! Eyes wide open, Belmont, MA

October 1984. Marsh margin, Thompson's Island, Boston Harbor

December 1985. Mother and child and doll and monkey, Boston

Under the quiet cover of snow, a base of serenity provides an opportunity for meditation and visual musings. It’s an over layering of the micro with the macro, landscapes mitigated by a fine mist scrim condensed out of the warm air within our cabin: the breath of deep dreams, the heat of our bodies, the steam from last night’s boiling pasta. Looking out from this still comfort I attempt to reconcile the safe contained feeling of being there with the open possibilities of what lies outside the glass.