My photography doesn’t follow a particular style or theme, though often I photograph the patterns I see in everyday life. My interest with photography began as a teen with my parent’s Kodak Duaflex II point & shoot film camera. In my early twenties I graduated into a my first 35mm & learned to do basic darkroom techniques. Today with the...
My goal is to see things through the camera that might be otherwise missed, to see the familiar in new ways. I try to apply this perspective to a variety of genres of photography, including architecture, scenic, and people. I am especially enamored of black and white photography, as it allows the essential aspect of a scene to emerge –...
Hamilton Hall and Suffrage100MA were proud to unveil a historic women’s suffrage marker, honoring the legacy of extraordinary activists, the Remond family in Salem MA! The marker celebrates the Remonds’ suffrage and abolition work and is one of five new Massachusetts marker sites on the National Votes for Women Trail. The project was funded through a grant by the William G....
Join Gwendolyn Rosemond, Visiting Professor of English at Salem State University, for an exploration of the fight for universal suffrage. This ticketed lecture will be held at Hamilton Hall, 9 Chestnut St Salem, on Sunday, June 26th at 2pm. Stay after the lecture for light refreshments and the opportunity to meet Prof. Rosemond. Tickets and sponsorship opportunities are available at hamiltonhall.org/suffrage.