Monday, October 28, 2013

My Work in Tonight's Rising Water Exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York.

Tonight is the opening reception for the exhibit Rising Waters at the Museum of the City of New York. This exhibit will feature images shot during and after Hurricane Sandy.  Along with the photographs that will be on display, taken by New Yorkers and visitors, numerous videos that I took in the various boroughs, documenting the damage to people and place, are being included in the exhibit as well.  I am, of course, over the moon!

Here's a link to this past Saturday’s CBS This Morning, in which Curator Sean Corcoran discussed the exhibition:

Other sources that are discussing the exhibit include:

I'm on my way to the Museum this morning, as participating exhibitors were invited to meet with local media... 


Originally posted on October 15:

Great news!  I just found out that numerous videos that I shot after Hurricane Sandy will be featured in an exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York.  The exhibit opens on October 28th and remains through February 2014.

Here's a link to the Museum information.

The files are too large to upload in their entirety, but here are just a few, for those of you who've been asking to see them.  These were taken with my Canon G12 and are not professional quality. They're going to use my videos to stream as a loop of videos that will run throughout the exhibit.  Still, I'm very excited to be included in this exhibit since the hurricane was a pivotal part of my time living in the city... 

Big thanks to all my New York City friends who have rsvp'd to join me at the opening reception!!


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