To All the Ships at Sea
My studio manager heard me talking about a book by Marisa Scheinfeld. Suddenly what appeared under my tree was Marissa’s book which was a wonderful gift. Now to give you a little background. Marissa’s dad Barry has been my sports medicine Doctor for the last three decades. A great Doctor and aka Dr. Blues. What I find unbelievable is that last week was Hugh Brodie’s birthday and my next blog is going to be what transpired at this party. You can’t make this up. Marisa as an aspiring photographer who came to my studio and delivered Jazz man Hugh Brodie for a portrait session for his new album. It is a small world. Here it’s many years later and she’s not only an accomplished photographer but now has a great book of her own as well. It’s all about history. Here is a link to an e mail I just received
This was part of an e mail from Marisa – On this very snowy East Coast winter’s day, I hope this finds you well! I am happy to announce a second leg of book talks extending through July of 2017. Dates are still being added including a series of events slated for the Catskill region this summer and a major exhibition in 2018. More to follow in my spring/summer newsletter.
Chromogenic Prints from the entire series are available in multiple sizes. For more information about print sales, book events, and exhibitions please message me.
Until then, stay warm and well and I hope to see you at a book talk!
February 12: JCC Manhattan, New York, NY
February 15: JCC Mid-Westchester, Scarsdale, NY *
March 17: Temple Israel, Lawrence, NY
April 2: Yiddish Book Center, Amherst, MA
Book by Marissa Scheinfeld
April 3: Archaeological Institute of America, Scarsdale, NY
April 29: Orangeburg Library, Orangeburg, NJ
April 30: Congregation B’nai Tzedek, Potomac, MD
May 17: New York Public Library, New York, NY
June 7: JCC Central NJ, Scotch Plains, NJ
July 16: Catskill Center, Arkville, NY