AL’s photography is inspired by the historic, the natural and the relics of times gone by.
After working at the New York Daily News, Al worked on a syndicated column called Consumer Tech; it ran in the New York Daily News for over 10 years. After retiring, Al was hired as a senior editor of a News Service out of New York City. After his second retirement he oved to Steamboat Springs, Colorado where his is currently displayed in the permanent collection of the Yampa Valley Medical Center in Steamboat Springs (full moon over Hazies) and Heart Center of the Rockies (Longs Peak Foliage) in Loveland, Colorado. Al has had solo shows in Frisco and Steamboat Springs.
“Al’s technical grasp of photography, ability to capture light and shadow and to bring out character and place through is work are unmatched. Whether focused on the natural world or elements of the West’s heritage, his images bring past and present to life. Steamboat is lucky to have an artist who is so generous with his time and techniques to help others along the way.” – Betsy Thurston