Brooklyn's Bridges List of Artists1
Charley Andrisano is a freelance photographer specializing in landscape and architectural images. He spent 30 years at two separate advertising agencies as a print production manager who handled magazine, newspaper and trade publication advertising. His photographs have been published in The Home Reporter and Popular Photography magazine. He was also a four-time finalist in Photographer's Forum magazine's contest and a two-time winner of Today's Photographer International magazine's contest. His images can be seen at Yellow Hook Grille restaurant in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn.
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Michel Bayard is a self-taught pinhole photographer originally from Montreal. He has lived in Park Slope, Brooklyn, for the last 13 years. Upon arriving in New York City, he fell in love with its architecture, especially the Brooklyn and Manhattan bridges for their sensuous lines.
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Brooklyn Collection. This is Central Library's local history division, providing a range of information and services about anything and everything Brooklyn. Its rich assortment of research materials and archival documents includes maps, photographs, ephemera, prints and the full run of the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.
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Willie Chu works in commercial photography and video while pursuing personal projects, including videos of writers and poets, and photographic portraits of Staten Island artists. His work has been in solo and group exhibitions at various venues, including the Packwood House Museum in Pennsylvania, and the Photo District Gallery, the Kevin Barry Gallery and the Wagner College Gallery in New York. He has received several grants and awards, including an Original Work Grant and Premier Grant from the Council on the Arts and Humanities for Staten Island.
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Philippe Dollo a freelance photographer, is the permanent correspondent for Opale, the leading French agency for portraits of authors. While traveling for assignments, he has been working on his personal New York research project, the Fragile City, and a vision of the American way of life through weddings. Widely published and exhibited, his work forms part of the collection of the International Museum of Photography and Film in Rochester. His 2005 book was a project on Roosevelt Island with Frédéric-Yves Jeannet. He currently lives in Prague with his family.
Photograph of Philippe Dollo by Serge Clement
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Randy Duchaine has exhibited his work in many places, including the American Library Association, Brooks Institute in California, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Borough Hall, and the Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum and the National Arts Club in New York. He has also had creative collaborations with hundreds of Fortune 500 companies and institutions. In addition he has won awards from the New York Art Directors Club, the Connecticut Art Directors Club and the Society of Publication Designers, amongst others.