In Profile: William Motley

posted in: Black and white, Cuba, Profile

One of my photographs was made in an American airport, the other along the Malecon in Havana Cuba. These two people are worlds apart in so many ways yet they were both deeply immersed in personal contemplation and completely oblivious of … Read More

Barefoot Contessa Photo Adventures | Five Questions with Margo Pinkerton

March 2014   Untitled Who:  Margo Taussig Pinkerton and Arnold “Arnie” Zann are a married couple, both professional photographers, who live, eat, breathe, and teach photography together. They have retired from commercial work and now devote themselves full-time to Barefoot … Read More

Dani Alfonso

March 2013   Siesta Artist’s Statement In August of 2011, after almost ten long years, I decided to go back and visit Cuba. The trip was about finding myself in my country, a realization of the fact that I didn’t completely … Read More

Byron Baldwin

March 2013   Tire Guys Artist’s Statement Life on the streets in Cuba is infectious and compelling. Street vendors, domino games, street baseball, car repairs, music, the faded elegance of the architecture and more. Opportunities for street photography are around every … Read More

Clay Lipsky

March 2013   Cuba Artist’s Statement My time in Cuba was brief, but the experience will resonate with me for a lifetime. Exploring the winding, weathered streets of Havana introduced me to people rich with spirit and a city trapped in … Read More

Builder Levy

March 2013   Cuba, View from Hotel Telegrafo, Old American Cars, Old Havana, 2004 Artist’s Statement Ever since its revolution in 1959, I had wanted to visit Cuba. In 2004 I finally made the trip. I was not disappointed. I found … Read More

Abigail Seymour

posted in: Cuba, Profile

March 2013   Boxeo Dos Artist’s Statement For the early years of my career, I used only black-and-white film and a 50mm lens. I enjoyed the discipline of learning to zoom with my feet. My work changed, however, when I took … Read More

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