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I finished three digital photography classes (Fall 2007 - Summer 2008) at ICP (International Center of Photography) 1114 Avenue of the Americas at 43rd Street, New York, NY 10036 E-mail: education@icp.org Phone: 212-857-0001 Fax: 212-857-0091 I am currently working on a series I call Phictional Phamily Foto Album, inspired from the fantastic photography of Thomas Allen. I have not started, but will at some point build my own website. Other influences include: my parents, my boyfriend, friends, Sr. Perpetua, my sister, my aunt, my deceased uncle, my cultural heritage, my genetic heritage, childhood nemeses, New York City, history, current events, travels, Atlantic Ocean, dollhouses, memories, my own mind, Madelyn & Henry, punk rock, women's movement, civil rights movement, Queer Nation/ACT UP, radio, television, books, words, the Scottish - French and American Enlightenments, recent years the internet, mittymoo on youtube, epiphanies, politics, those who broke my heart, those hearts I've broken, Alice Austen, Dorothea Lange, Bernice Albert, Walker Evans, Stephen Shore, Cindy Sherman, Diane Arbus, Amy Arbus, Gregory Crewdson, Gillian Wareham, Joel Sternfeld, Barbara Kruger, Olivo Barbieri, Shizuka Yokomizo, Justine Kurland, Philip-Lorca Dicorcia, Nikki Lee, Nancy Davenport, Wolfgang Tillmans, Alfred Hitchcock, Weegee, Walt Whitman, Vemeer, Manet, Munch, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Caravaggio, Mike Kelley, Ann Magnuson, Wizard of Oz, Disaster Films, Globes & Maps, Gilda Radner, George Carlin, David Bowie, Björk, John Cameron Mitchell, David Sedaris, Augusten Burroughs, Dorothy Allison, Cocteau Twins, Todd Haynes, José Gonzalez, Zero 7, Harvey Milk, Jane Jacobs, Luc Sante, Mike Wallace, Caleb Carr, Joseph Campbell, the Gnostic Writings (Gospel According to Thomas), Federick Law Olmstead, Jarrad Diamond, Pedro Almodóvar, Chris Marker's La Jetté, Robert Altman, Pee Wee Herman, Tim Burton, Julian Moore, Calder, John Waters, Devine, Mink Stole, Todd Solandz, Lucille Ball, Cindy Sheehan, Mel Scalici, Frank Rich, Dan Savage, Sara Vowel, Brooklyn, Prospect Park, St. George - Staten Island, Beverly Road, Grasmere - Staten Island, S103, Staten Island Ferry...DaDa, the literal, the metaphorical, the fantastical, the mundane...panoramigos...NYC nightlife of the 80s through the turn of the millenium, Mistress Formika, Hedda Lettuce, The Bar, Phoenix, Santa Fe...there's more but this is all I can think of off the top of my head.

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Hey Chris, on a good day (like this one), this view is achieved by literally stepping outside my front door. New York is where I lived until I was in my late 20's, but I think I have a greater appreciation for it now.

Have fun,


Thanks Frikonem! It was one of many pictures I took that day and the only one good enough to show. Its difficult with all the time changing light conditions to get it right. Its a good memory to me.

Gr, Ed.

thanks crystal!

Hi Chris! The only problem is how to get that thing on the back of our car!

Gr, E.

Thanks Manuel,

I love Brooklyn too. And I'm sure Brooklyn loved you back. Haven't been to Spain yet, which I will get to one of these days. I know I'd love it because I find Spaniards so fun wherever I've met them on other travels or here in NY.

Cheers, Chris

great shot Toodleberry

best wishes from Spain

Don't be jealous; it's from almost 2 years ago. Today it was 70 degrees F. Actually I'm jealous looking at this pic.

Greetings Chris, Cool, snow and a sledding hill. The kids go to our recreation center when there is snow and sled, but when we want a great time we go extreme adventure sledding in Rocky Mountain National Park below the Dragon Tail at Emerald Lake. Now that is sledding.



Today here in NY it will be 70 degrees Fahrenheit. A record broken. Again. Yesterday was 64. I miss 4 seasons. A lot.





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