This past year, I found myself very busy in my personal life and unable to attend a lot of physical market events and fairs. Not wanting to lose sight of growing my photography business, I created a Facebook Event for other small business owners who want to sell their hand made artisan products virtually on […]
A lot of discovery and recognition has been stirring in the underground world of Abandoned Photography. The niche subject matter has piqued the interest of Adirondack Life Magazine who was kind enough to interview me last spring about my photographic adventures for an article in their current Sept./Oct. Issue. The feature story, “Abandoned Adirondacks. Finding Beauty in Decay” , included very fitting quotes about my explorations, a brief background of my Adirondack adventures with my soon to be 90 year old vivacious grandmother, and nine of my photographs from inside the Adirondack Park.
I was fortunate enough to travel to two locations over the summer for non-photo related business and I had some downtime to capture some fascinating locations. First, I was sent to hot and humid Miami, Florida where I stayed put inside the glorious air conditioned 5 star resort, Turnberry Isle. Next, I flew to London, England where I stayed at the haunted yet charming Selsdon Park Hotel arriving to sunny, mid 60’s, breezy, and zero humidity weather. Needless to say, I was out and about exploring London all 7 days I was there.
I entered a photograph of the abandoned Route 206 House in Southampton, NJ for the 10 Year anniversary of Art All Night – Trenton. Art All Night is a 24 hour public event (3pm Saturday – 3pm Sunday) hosted by Artworks – Trenton. It’s free to submit and free to attend! My photo was sold last minute at the end of the event at 3pm, just in the nick of time.