Jersey Strong – A Series of Works to Benefit Sandy Victims

Having grown up on the Jersey Shore and knowing many people that were affected by the storm several weeks back I knew I needed to find a way to help, even if in some small way.

Over the last two years I have focused on photographing the Shore every opportunity that I have been back home to visit family, so I’ve begun reprocessing some of my images and producing prints and art. I had already been working on a few photos from my recent trip to Wildwood, NJ over the 4th of July weekend that I have been marrying lyrics form the Springsteen song Sandy (4th of July), and it was just ironic that the storm that devastated the Shore was named Sandy.

Below you will find a few samplings of the items I am working on. I’ll have another full post once I have more images ad the store set up in the next week where I will donate profits from each piece to the relief fund.

27×20 giclee print on Moab Somerset Enhanced Velvet Fine Art paper

12×24 print on Moab Somerset Enhanced Velvet mounted to 2i cradled birch box frame, finished with a clear gloss epoxy resin




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