Central Park Photography

Central Park North, 2006 (Infrared film). You turn a corner in the formal gardens, and surrounded by hedges is this reflecting pool and statue. The figures are based on the book, The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnet, which was also a fantastic movie. ...

Many of my color images began as black and white shots.  For some reason, nearly all of my color work is - what's the word - whimsical?  Whereas my black and white photography feels more real.  Paintography - just means that you use the design...

Obviously, an especially foggy morning in the park. Fog over the lake with Essex house and 59th street in background. This is looking west....

  Couple walking towards Turtle Pond in Central Park during a blizzard. From 35mm film....

  Central Park, summer of 2007. In the background is the model sailboat lake. Is there really a name for this lake. I call is model sailboat lake, but because in good weather that's what people can do here. Photographed with infrared film, Leica M3. Something...

2008. Central Park Lake. San Remo towers in background. In 2008 I began to shoot with digital infrared. This was done with a camera that was modified to only transmit infrared to the sensor; at a spot by the willow trees where I like to...

The Dancing Girls fountain in the Formal Gardens of Central Park. B&W photograph.  Frozen droplets. Backlit and striking....

This was done in December, 2004. Same location as “Poet’s Walk Print” but with yes – a digital camera and a long lens to give the sense of compression. Dave, Wow! It just arrived today. It is even more beautiful than I remembered from the website....