Having spent 35 years in the clean energy sector moving technologies like solar photovoltaics into mainstream use, I now use images and commentary to express new relationships to capture contrasts of people, places and emotions. Some photos and essays carry loud messages while others are expressed in subtleties and humor. Research projects combine historical perspectives and stories with memorable images.
A recent life event was sailing the Mekong River in 2017 and then again in 2018 logging around 800 miles through Laos, Cambodia and South Vietnam.
I split my time between Boston and Provincetown and enjoy being an avid Red Sox fan.
Work includes The Mekong – A River of Contrast and Change (2018), The Provincetown Railroad – The Tracks of Change - Second Edition (2021), The Provincetown Railroad Heritage Trail – Self-guided Provincetown Railroad Tour (2020), and Food, Females and Rails – Hidden Stories of the Women Who Shaped Train Travel (2022), the Short Photo Stories – A Series on Fact & Whimsy including Pastrami on Rye and Other Fun Foods (2020), In Motion (2020), and The Mattapan Ashmont Trolley Line (2021).
The Photo Essay. Working with Narratives & Images
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