Monday, July 26, 2010

Affection, Photography + Complimentary WIne

PWP (Professional Women Photographers) in NYC presents its latest exhibition, Objects of Affection opening Wednesday, July 28, 2010 from 6-8 pm at Calumet (20 West 22nd Street, 2nd Floor between 5th and 6th Avenues). There will be complimentary wine and food.

The show is a display of images that make us smile, laugh, and celebrate. From people to possessions, from places to passions,
Objects of Affection is a gathering of all that brings us joy, and one of our most personal exhibits to date.

One of my photos from The Museum of Messages titled Peace N' Love (the photo is attached) will be a part of this exhibition. I hope you will be able to attend the opening night. If not, feel free to stop by the gallery as the show will be open till August 13, 2010. It will be a great exhibition to attend!

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Think About The Future

Last spring I was walking out of my apartment building by Gramercy Park in NYC and came across this message on a post office box. I think this verbal expression is relevant for the times we are currently living in as I hear that many people are going through transitional periods in their lives whether it be in a career, an environment, a relationship, etc. This is a time of change! Do you agree? I have added this image to The Museum of Messages online gallery.

Thursday, July 15, 2010

The Museum of Messages Blog

This week I have been working on creating a Photo Blog for the The Museum of Messages which will eventually be connected to Facebook as an application. Once this project is complete folks on FaceBook will be able to post a small version of one of my photos on their friends walls. What do you think. Do you like this idea?

Thursday, July 8, 2010

The 911 Memorial Museum + The Museum of Messages

Today I received an email from Meghan Walsh, a public affairs employee at the 911 Memorial Museum in downtown NYC, telling me that she has posted some of the photos I shot at Ground Zero in 2006 on their blog.

You may see that post at this link:

These photos are part of The Museum of Messages, a photo concept that I am currently building. If you'd like to learn more about this online museum, you may at this link: