2014 was a very good year for photoweenie.com.

•January 2, 2015 • Leave a Comment

My website, photoweenie.com, ended the year with over 500,000 hits. In fact, it was just under 550,000 hits.
Fine arts photography fans from all over the world visited the website and viewed the work of photographers that they most likely would not be able to see anywhere else.
Click here to see photoweenie.com for yourself.


Shirt and skin.

•December 7, 2014 • Leave a Comment


Boston Bike Polo

•July 10, 2014 • Leave a Comment

A few of my photos taken at the Boston Bike Polo court in Allston, Massachusetts.

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From the Boston Bike Polo website:

We are a club of hardcourt bike polo enthusiasts who play for the soul of the game and are dedicated to what we do.  Our mission is to make bike polo games available as often as possible in Boston, Cambridge and Somerville.  We recognize sportsmanship and respect as the building blocks for growth and  development of bike polo within our community.

We aspire to maintain a healthy mix of new, intermediate and advanced players. We will continue to send teams to the North American Hardcourt series and keep our club competitive at the global level. We intend to be active in our community and want to place polo within the wider bike movement in Boston. We are a year-round polo club in spite of northeast winters, and bask in the glory of Boston summers at the Allston court.


Open shirt.

•May 29, 2014 • Leave a Comment


Taking photos of the Boston Marathon

•April 25, 2013 • Leave a Comment

I have been photographing the Boston Marathon on and off since the 1970s. For a number of those years I positioned myself in the area where the bombing occurred. As time went on, and the scope of the event grew, it became almost impossible to take the kind of photographs I want to take from that location. I wanted to focus on the runners who were testing their limits. The middle and end of the pack runners. As a long distance runner, I know what the mental and physical pain is they are feeling.

I am fortunate that I live just past Heartbreak Hill. The crowds are still large, but I have found a couple of locations that offer the vantage point that I need. Here are three photographs from this year. They were taken prior to the bombing and show, I hope, the grit and determination of a the runners at the middle of the pack.

If your would like to donate to TheOneFund-Boston here is the link.


Southern Decadence in Black and White.

•February 4, 2013 • Leave a Comment



These black and white images are part of a large body of work taken between 1991 and 2001 on the streets of New Orleans. The photos document the annual Labor Day weekend celebration called Southern Decadence during which several hundred thousand gay men and women come to the city to enjoy an outrageously raucous and very public good time.

All the images were photographed using black and white film. They are intentionally rough with noticeable grain and inconsistent exposure. In short, as wild and wooly as the weekend itself.

Sometime in 2013, the photos will be published as a hard cover book.

Snake tattoo.

•December 27, 2012 • Leave a Comment

Snake tattoo