Category Archives: About Jeff & This Blog
Attitude is as important as talent in producing the best work.
I’ve been in love with photography since I had my first camera, a Brownie Starmite, at age seven. I built my first darkroom in eighth grade. I grew up in Windsor Locks, Connecticut. I hold a Bachelor of Science Degree from Syracuse University, 1974. After graduation, I worked for Children’s Hospital Medical Center as a neuroscience photographer, then moved into commercial photography in 1975. I assisted several fine commercial photographers, then went on my own. I moved to Maine in 1977. Since then, I’ve been creating photography for local, regional Continue Reading »
Thank you for visiting Sightlines. Sightlines is my blog covering diverse topics in photography, both professional and fine art. On the professional side, I’ll offer tips on assignment photography issues my clients struggle with daily, such as color management, booking jobs, problem-solving examples and more. On the fine art side, I’ll add articles from time to time covering a broad appetite of personal musings, including trends worth comment, links to interesting work and samples of my own fine art. I hope you will find it helpful, informative, even meaningful. Please post Continue Reading »