Photos taken by me, my exhibitions, etc.
Following the completion of the documentary “Love Lust Faith & Sex (+Hope!) in New York City” I was granted a page on IMDB since I have the following credits:
- Second Unit Director or Assistant Director (assistant director)
- Camera and Electrical Department (additional photography)
- Editorial department (assistant editor)
I also interviewed some of the people in the documentary, mostly off camera, as in the case of the celebrated Graphic Designer Mr. Milton Glaser, whose designs include the I ❤ NY logo, the psychedelic Bob Dylan poster, and the Brooklyn Brewery logo.
I am looking forward to more work in the above fields.
I’ll again be a part of “A Whimsical Winter Wonder…” exhibition, the second time in succession, after one of my artworks was selected by a jury of NYC Park members. Unlike last year, where there were only five other artists, this time the field has expanded to 17, and my work will be shown along with those of B. Beck, N. Beck, N. Benignus, C. Corrigan, M. Freiberghaus, Nishanth Gopinathan, R. Henao, A. Levy, M. Mandel, J. Musillo, O. Newton, G. Sabiti, R. Sahu, J. Velazquez and C. Xochitl. The art works include photography, paintings, sculptures, textiles, and mixed media art.
The exhibition starts on December 1st 2016 and will end on January 28th 2017.
“Whimsical Winter Wonder artists meet-and-greet” by Steven Goodstein
March 18, 2016: 2016, Issue 13
The Poe Park Visitor Center recently closed its third annual Whimsical Winter Wonder, but not before showing it one last time with the exhibition’s artists on hand for a meet-and-greet with visitors. The exhibit featured over 20 pieces of work from emerging and established artists who call the Bronx their home. The artists, Earnesto Camacho, Nishanth Gopinathan and Nidhin Nishanth, answered questions and discussed their art pieces.
Reach Reporter Steven Goodstein at (718) 260-4599. E-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
©2016 COMMUNITY NEWS GROUP
Bronx Times Reporter and Bronx Times newspapers
The opening reception for my photo exhibition was on Saturday, Dec 5, 2015. I got a chance to meet the other artists and also talk about what inspires me to take photos and also what I hope to accomplish as a photographer.
My photos will be on display at the Poe Park Visitor center till Feb 27th, 2016. Hope those of you in the area will stop by and check out my artwork.
You can buy my artwork from FAA
Some of my shots are included in the first ever SPNA Calendar 2016. You can get a copy from their website at http://spnanyc.org/
Stuyvesant Park Neighborhood Association (SPNA) serves one of New York’s most pleasant communities, both diverse and stable, from East 14th Street north to East 23rd Street and from Stuyvesant Town west toward Irving Place and Gramercy Park.