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Ossining Waterfront Covid Wedding – Carol and Clifford:

August 22, 2020

We shoot many weddings, but this was one for the ages. And we don’t mean the couple’s literal ages. Fifty years after Carol’s freshman enrollment at NJ’s Ramapo College and nine years after Clifford’s Professor retirement there, they graduated to husband and wife on the banks of the Hudson in Ossining’s Engel Waterfront park. The decades in between saw long marriages, widowhood, advanced degrees and illustrious careers. But last year, it was an ordinary college anniversary alumni survey that united them, with program committee member Cliff, now 79, stunned at her responses’ and accomplishments. He called Carol, now 78, invited her to visit the campus with him and meet the anniversary program committee, and the result found us a year later celebrating their marriage, as did The Patch; CBS, TV’s “Talk of the Table,” where Gayle King enthused that their story gave her hope; and The NY Times, which gave a guitar-strumming Tim a photographic cameo!

 

 

 

 

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Converging Vistas

August 19, 2020
Converging Vistas

A father and son try out Christopher Flick’s bike rack.

 

We had the good fortune of photographing the public art commissioned by Artswestchester, the ArtsCouncil of Rockland and the NY State Thruway Authority. Our photo of one of the pieces, Converging Vistas, a unique bike rack located at the Westchester landing by Christopher Flick is featured this month on County Executive, George Latimer’s homepage. The photo depicts a Tarrytown dad and his trying the rack out for size.

Kathleen Reckling, ArtsWestchester’s Deputy Director of Public Programs included the photo in her blog post that describes Flick’s work in more detail.

https://artswestchester.org/art-matters/a-place-to-rest-your-weary-wheels/

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