This photographic retrospective is inspired by Bruce Springsteen’s song “Out in the Streets” (1980). Dan is sharing photographs from the 1.5 million mile journey through the streets of his professional life, capturing the faces and places of his travels one frame at a time.
is a life-long frustrated artist that could never draw a straight line or color within the lines. At age 16, Dan picked up his first camera (a Minolta) and has never put the camera down. Over the past 30 years as an Account Executive, he has traveled over a million miles. With his camera, Dan has been able to capture the faces and places of his travels and adventures. “As a Street Photographer, you are able to use your camera to document the real DNA of where you are and you’re able to slow the world down for a short time and really experience it.” Dan lives with his family in New Jersey. He hopes to continue his travels and reach the 2 million mile plateau while documenting the world around him one frame at a time.
This exhibit is on display from June 10 – July 16. 10% of all proceeds from the show will be donated to Table to Table
, a non-profit organization that distributes excess food to the hungry.
Meet the Artist during gallery hours on Sunday June 11