The late 1960's profile photograph is Stu at 17 with his Rolleiflex. He still uses the Rollie and other film cameras... Hasselblad and Mamiya as well as digital cameras. Stu is a commercial and fine art photographer in the Boston, MA area.
Stu has shown New York, Washington, DC, London, Massachusetts, Currier Museum in New Hampshire, participated in the Sprint/Scarl competition in Los Angeles and at the Cotuit Center. He is a contributor to NewFocusOn - Ralph Lauren Cars and Vineyard Cottages and am an author and "The Omelet Show" is one creation. He is a participant in the Richard Avedon Foundation and recently completed a record album cover for Simon Townshend of the Who.
Stu's work includes commercial interior/exterior, food/beverage/restaurant, music and fine art projects such as Route 6A, Carney and Chairs albums. His photographs have been published and are in museum and private collections.
Stu's photography influences are Edward Weston, Richard Avedon, Irving Penn and David Hockney.
Artist Statement: To bring the emotion of a moment into print. Photography is a combination of a good subject, a good eye, good equipement and good luck... not necessarily in that order.
Saatchi, Ralph Lauren Cars, Richard Avedon Foundation, Galleries in NY, NH, Washington, DC, Contributor to New Focus On, Cotuit Center for the Arts, Commercial photography, interiors, exteriors, music and products.
Studied photography at Brooklyn College and Long Island University. Serious photography began at an early age in 1963 and I haven't looked back.