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Recent Interview on Latinos Behind the Lens

I'm extremely proud and honored to have been interviewed on "Latinos Behind the Lens", a new website promoting hispanic photographers and artists. While I have never really thought of myself as a "latino" photographer, I am proud of my heritage and more than  happy to help others regardless of their cultural or racial background. While I was born and raised in NYC,…

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Speaking to the NYC Sierra Photo Club

I'm honored to be giving a talk to the NYC Sierra Club Photography Committee this evening at Lincoln Center in Manhattan. I've been a member of the Sierra Club for years, and support their mission and goals in terms of conservation and alternative energy. It was a great surprise to be invited to speak their photo cub-chapter last year at the…

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March 2012 Free Desktop Wallpaper

The March 2012 Free Desktop Wallpaper is now available for download. The Bear Mountain Bridge was opened in 1924, and at the time was the longest suspension bridge in the world (record held for 19 months) and was the first automobile bridge to cross the Hudson south of Albany. It sits at the southern entrance to the Hudson Highlands (40…

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Studying Light In The Streets of NYC

I spent the weekend in NYC visiting a few museums and galleries, and enjoying some quality time with the family. The MET just opened the new American Wing that has a great collection of paintings from the Hudson River School. I wanted to go see the paintings, as well as  take some photos and do some research for an upcoming article I'm…

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