Featured Artist: Deborah Feingold

One of photographer Deborah Feingold’s earliest darkrooms was actually a prison cell.  After graduating from Emerson College in the early 1970’s, she was awarded a grant to teach photography to troubled youth in a Boston prison, affirming her belief in the power of the camera as a tool for self-expression and communication and laying the

By | December 6th, 2016|Blog, Featured, Head|0 Comments

Featured Artist: Brian Duffy

This month’s featured artist is photographer Brian Duffy. Studying dress design at Saint Martins College of Art, Duffy pursued brief stints in fashion design and illustration before turning his hand to photography in the late 1950s. Cutting his teeth as fourth assistant to Adrian Flowers, Duffy picked up his first commission from the Sunday Times

By | September 7th, 2016|Blog, Head|0 Comments

Featured Artist: Hayato Takano

This month’s featured artist is Hayato Takano, known for creating the mesmerizing music note collages from the songbooks of legendary musicians. He has created stunning portraits of Bob Marley, Kurt Cobain, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Prince, David Bowie, and Jim Morrison. We asked him some questions about what inspires him and how he decides which

By | September 1st, 2016|Blog, Head|0 Comments

Featured Artist: Sherry Rayn Barnett

This month's featured artist is Sherry Rayn Barnett. She is a widely published music photographer, specializing in live performance. She began her career in NYC shooting for the underground press, focusing on the folk, jazz and rock musicians of the 70’s. Her work has been seen in countless music magazines over the decades, including Rolling Stone, Creem, Guitar Player, Crawdaddy, Goldmine,

By | June 10th, 2016|Blog, Head|0 Comments

Featured Artist: Art Kane

The Who, 1968 by Art Kane Art Kane (1925 - 1995) was one of the most influential photographers of the twentieth century. A bold visionary, Kane’s work encompassed fashion, editorial, celebrity portraiture, travel, and nudes with a relentless and innovative eye. Like his contemporaries, Guy Bourdin (1928 - 1991) and Helmut Newton (1924

By | May 17th, 2016|Blog, Head|0 Comments