I taught photography at Montclair State University as an adjunct professor from 2008- 2018., and also taught a few semesters in the 1980s. Previously I was the Director of the photo program at Rockland Country Day School in Congers NY from 2007-2010. I’ve taught many workshops in photography to all ages in North America over the years, including workshops on scannography, digital textile printing, color and black and white analog printing. Here is a small selection of student work in m4v. format. Depending on your connection speed they may take a moment to load.

Here are two slideshows of some student work from MSU.

Student placing important items on the scanner to make a Scannogram

Student placing important items on the scanner to make a Scannogram

Here is a little movie from a scannography workshop I did at Camp Jinka a couple of years back. Camp Jinka is a free summer program offered by the David S. Zocchi Brain Tumor Center at Monmouth Medical Center in Long Branch, NJ to kids and teens whose lives have been impacted by the diagnosis of a brain tumor. This unique camp offers creative activities while encouraging expression and connection with others having a similar life experience. For the scannography workshop, the children collected thing that were important to them and their families and made memory photos to save and frame. It was a great day. Check out the little movie below to see some of the projects.



Final Critique, High School students


The Apple-Apple field trip. We went to the Apple store to explore areas using Google Earth, then went on to a local apple orchard to photograph and paint.

Here is a slide show of my high school student pinhole photographs.