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is Lewis, a retired musician, having played at well-known gigs and hot spots around the country.
is my friend, the lovely and talented dancer Katharine Anderson.
is a photo of my friends, the exceptional dancers Bonnie Wyckoff and Tony Williams.
is Candice Laurie, the excellent Dallas makeup artist who passed away in 2007.
is Lupita Donovan, a friend, captured on high-speed infrared film.
is an un-retouched floating illusion created (just for fun) in my studio in 1984. This is what you would see if you were sitting next to the camera when the photo was taken.
is Ronnie Bembry--a face I discovered in 1975.
displays the magnificent legs of my dear friend Jerilyn Dana, brilliant ballerina of the Boston Ballet Company.
is the talented dancer, Ciscoe Bruton. This was an accidental but welcome double-exposure.
is Deedee Weathers, taken when she was a dance major at Southern Methodist University in 1988. Click the thumbnail for a description of this floating illusion.
is the graceful dancer Eleanor Bernard.
is the gentle and genuine Sanson Candelaria, who died in 1986. Boston Ballet Company.
is a pro-bono photo created for the United Way campaign aroud 1986.
is part of a series of ads for a women's fashion line, taken in my studio in 1979.
is Leslie O'Hara, a fashion model photographed in a cemetary near Boston, MA.
is a self-portrait, taken in the parking garage at American Airlines headquarters in February 2007.
-Eric Hoffer, philosopher and author (1902-1983)