I have been photographing the east coast of America for over five decades. My grandfather gave me my first camera for a sixth-grade field trip to Lincoln Center, by redeeming coupons he accumulated from packs of Chesterfield cigarettes. After working in the advertising world of Madison Avenue for years, I returned to my original passion: street photography. I shoot extemporaneously in fast succession, as I walk, drive, or sit in the back of a taxi. When I am out there taking pictures, I never know what image will catch my eye and where. I just capture beauty when I see it, whether hidden in a flower, a stretch of sidewalk, or a discarded object lying in the street.
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