Photographing Pride in Color and B&W

Photographing Pride in Color and B&W

It's Pride Week this week. While there will still be many virtual-only events, this year, NYC and NJ will also be holding some of their Pride events in person--such as, NYC Pride Fest in the Village, as well as other events across the Garden State (New Jersey). Here are a few images from last year's [...]

Learning from Photographers

Learning from Photographers

What I've learned about photography and life from award-winning photographer Kurt Weston In 2005, I came across an award-winning photograph posted online. It was called "The Last Light" and featured a man with a drawn face and ghostly eyes. He was sitting in a chair with his back at a tall window. He appeared as [...]

Warrior Within

Warrior Within

A #tbt interview with award-winning, legally blind photographer Kurt Weston, originally published in A&U Magazine--America's AIDS Magazine Some fifteen years ago, I came across a contest looking for works by visual artists and writers. The contest was called Unfinished Works and featured a black-and-white photograph--The Last Light, by Kurt Weston. Although I didn't know it [...]

Award-Winning Photographer Kurt Weston

Award-Winning Photographer Kurt Weston

Light, Vision and Story - A Post about Award-Winning Photographer Kurt Weston I mentioned photographer Kurt Weston , one of my first mentors, in a previous post. Here, I'd like to talk more about his amazing photography work. Kurt Weston is a photographer based in Orange County, California. I became aware of his work back [...]

How and Why I Became a Nikon Photographer

How and Why I Became a Nikon Photographer

How and Why I Became a Nikon Photographer Let's take a walk down memory lane.... In 2008 I was just about done editing my early drafts of Journeys Through Darkness: A Biography of award-winning, legally blind Nikon photographer Kurt Weston. While I still had Weston's story fresh in my mind, I decided to get more [...]