Category Archives: SlideShow


Four Portraits In April

April brought me to some music projects including portraits of these four special people.

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Some Eyes

Some Eyes.

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The JRAC Musicians & Artists Showcase

On Wednesday, May 25, 2016 the Fareed Haque Quintet performed Chick Corea’s TOUCHSTONE album from 1982. The group included Fareed Haque on guitars, Reggie Thomas on piano/keys, Marlene Rosenberg on bass, Juan Pastor on Cajon/percussion, and […]

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Chi-Town Jazz Festival Highlights

2015 marked the 6th year of the Chi-Town Jazz Festival Supporting Hunger Relief in Chicago. The four day event took place at major music venues including The Jazz Showcase, Andy’s Jazz Club & Restaurant, Green […]

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Chi-Town Jazz Festival

I’ve been documenting the Chi-Town Jazz Festival Supporting Hunger Relief in Chicago since it started in 2010. Each year jazz musicians donate their artistry, venues around the city donate their space and entry fees, and […]

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Thinking of Spring

Chicago just experienced the great blizzard of 2011. About 18 inches of snow. Traffic stopped. White out conditions. Many major roads closed. My reaction was to bring some color into the scene. I’m tired of […]

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Vivian Maier Photography Show at Cultural Center

A new photography show opened recently at the Chicago Cultural Center. It is the work of Vivian Maier, a street photographer from the 1950s – 1970s. Vivian’s work was discovered at an auction here in […]

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Passing Trees

Winter inspired photography – the poetry of passing trees as we speed along the highway in winter showing form and shape, implying much and nothing calling out for black and white interpretation stark, subtle, cold, […]

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Memories Of A Road Trip Home

Not my home. My wife’s. I’m a city kid. Chicago. I sleep through sounds of busses, trains, planes and sirens. It took a while to adjust to the quiet life along the Mississippi where she […]

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