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Ridge Hill Reopens

August 20, 2020

Meghann Hongach, Marketing Director at Ridge Hill; Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano; and Steve Roche, General Manager at Ridge Hill.


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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.

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Substance and Style at Westchester Women’s Bar

July 1, 2019

Judge Miller is known for her flashy fashion style. She is also well known for her extraordinary career in the legal profession where she established many firsts.

It was 1953 when Judge Miller entered Harvard Law School in the first class of women. She went on to be the first Democrat to win a contested election to the NY State Supreme Court in 100 years. In 1986 she was the first woman to be appointed as Associate Justice, Appellate Division, Second Department by then Governor Mario Cuomo. Judge Miller presided over what historically became known as the pink bench! For 23 years she worked to deliver justice for families and children. Her most significant accomplishment was her work on the 2010 no fault divorce bill. She continues to be a role model for numerous women lawyers and every member of the judiciary.

It was a thrill to pose Judge Miller in front of her 1961 Rambler American convertible at the Westchester Women’s Bar Association Annual Dinner where she was their honoree!

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As seen in Hook Magazine

August 12, 2018

We are thrilled to have two of our photographs featured in the July/August issue of Hook Magazine, (pages 23 and 24) the magazine of Culture, Art + Community in the Lower Hudson Valley. It is named for Hook Mountain, which overlooks the Hudson River and Rockland Lake. Our thanks go to editor-in-chief Janet Wortendyke for including us!

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Utopus Insights Group Portrait Featured in 914Inc.

November 21, 2017

Utopus Executives, photography by Margaret Fox

Proud to have taken a stellar photo of a new company – an IBM-Spinoff, Utopus Insights. The Valhalla-based company is providing energy analytics for clean, renewable energy in Westchester and beyond.

The software startup was created to help provide solutions for clean, reliable, distributed, and cost-effective energy. With 33 employees (21 in Valhalla, five contractors in Budapest, and seven in Bengaluru, India), including computer scientists, energy experts, software developers, a meteorologist, these entrepreneurs have authored more than 450 technical publications, and collaborated with 28 energy-industry clients to develop smarter energy solutions.

Read the complete 914Inc. article here.

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Portrait of Darsie Alexander Featured on

November 16, 2017

Darsie Alexander by Margaret Fox PhotographyDarsie Alexander has been appointed as the chief curator of the The Jewish Museum in New York and will begin her tenure in Mid-March 2018.

We had the honor of capturing an elegant and refined professional portrait of Ms. Alexander that was used in the announcement of her new position on

The Jewish Museum is located on New York City’s Museum Mile. Upon its founding in 1904, the Museum was the first institution of its kind in the United States and one of the oldest Jewish museums in the world, and maintains a unique collection of nearly 30,000 works of art, ceremonial objects, and media reflecting the global Jewish experience spanning more than 4,000 years.

Founded in 1902, ARTnews is the oldest and most widely circulated art magazine in the world. Its readership of 180,000 in 124 countries includes collectors, dealers, historians, artists, museum directors, curators, connoisseurs, and enthusiasts. Published in print four times a year, it reports on the art, people, issues, trends, and events shaping the international art world.

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Photography 101

September 28, 2016


I am so delighted that, 40 years later, I can still see my first photography professor, Marcia Resnick, at her opening at Deborah Bell Gallery.  Marcia sparked my love for creating images and encouraged me to continue my studies and practice beyond the undergraduate level. I never looked back. Photos © Tim Grajek

Margaret Fox and Marcia Resnick

Margaret Fox and Marcia Resnick

Margaret Fox, Marcia Resnick and Deborah Bell

Margaret Fox, Marcia Resnick and Deborah Bell


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