Category Archives: Photography

Charleston Wanderings

The summer of 2017 is coming to an end and I’d like to share some new photographs and writing with you. This is my first exhibit for 2017 so thank you for taking a look. Charleston Wanderings is a photography … Continue reading

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Made in America

The Made in America photograph is a blend of two centuries, where a ninety-year-old sidewalk provided an entrance for a beautiful lady—a lady of today—who’s on the go. Both subjects capture our attention with their unique charms. The 1920’s-era Massachusetts … Continue reading

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Fork In The Road

For weeks I watched a simple table fork make a transformation. She’d been dropped on a busy Route 3A in Tyngsboro Massachusetts and day after day, moment by moment, she got pounded by cars and trucks. She was ground as flat … Continue reading

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Perkins Cove: 72 Hours

Perkins Cove: 72 Hours by Ara Hagopian is a 33-piece photography exhibit covering the popular seaport resort village in Ogunquit, Maine. The work was captured with the Sony A7R full-frame camera and 55 mm Carl Zeiss lens. The 72 HOURS exhibits … Continue reading

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Charleston, Reframed

CHARLESTON, REFRAMED is a 14-piece exhibit of photography from Charleston, South Carolina. The photographs were taken June 21-27, 2015 using the Sony A7R full-frame camera with the Carl Zeiss 55 mm f/1.8 lens. When I posted my photo-essay CHARLESTON: 72 HOURS last … Continue reading

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Literate War Photography

*Bookmark this page as I will be updating this article with new photographs and specifics on each shot.* UPDATE SUMMER 2015: The first book in the Literate War series is out now. THE FIERY WINDS is the story of a WWII army … Continue reading

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The Cryless Class

FICTION. 2,565 words. Her name was Kay. She was seven years old, and attended an elementary school in north suburban Massachusetts. Every so often, maybe two or three times a month, Kay would cry in class. Her barely audible sobs … Continue reading

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