Peconic River & Cranberry Bog Preserve

Outdoor Photo Trek, first of three treks, March 17, 2021, sponsored by East End Arts, Riverhead, NY and led by instructor Miranda Gatewood. Images from three hours of personalized attention touring stunning Eastern Long Island locations for landscape and still life photography. Thanks to Patricia and Elizabeth for signing up and for their strong support of photography programs. Sign up for the next two at eastendarts.org

Dreamscapes Solo Exhibit, November 2019

Through the month of November 2019, the Madelle Hegeler Semerjian Gallery will host a solo exhibit of my work entitled Dreamscapes. It chronicles photography’s ability to sanctify the natural environment and explores the photographer’s intimacy with the subject.

The exhibition represents more than decade of work done in New Hampshire, Long Island and Upstate New York.

The gallery is located at the Rogers Memorial Library, 91 Coopers Farm Road, Southampton, NY. An opening reception will be held on November 1 from 5-6:30 pm.

Horton Point Light Trek

This week’s trek visits the grounds of the Horton Point Light, a simple but noble structure that watches over the Long Island Sound from Southold, Long Island. Weekends within the season offer tours and a climb to the top if you choose, but on a weekday at this time of year, we will have the opportunity to venture without the crowds and experience this place ensconced by the mystique of its history. Outdoor Photo Treks with Miranda Gatewood is sponsored by EastEndArts.org

Last Outdoor Photo Trek of June

This Wednesday, our Outdoor Photo Trek class will tour one of my favorite spots–Greenport, NY. This is the last class of the 4-part session sponsored by East End Arts and we’ll visit the places where I took these images–all within one square mile. If you think of photography as the art of exclusion (think cropping) then the smallest spaces become little universes of detail. Sign up for the more in the next session, a guided tour of incredible landscapes and waterscapes of Eastern Long Island. May the light guide you!