And Still We Gather With Infinite Momentum

Arthur Griffin Legacy Award recipient from the Griffin Museum of Photography

Catherine Edelman, owner of the Catherine Edelman Gallery in Chicago, Illinois, selected 3 images from And Still We Gather With Infinite Momentum for the 15th Juried Exhibition at the Griffin Museum of Photography in Winchester, MA. I was also awarded the Arthur Griffin Legacy Award for outstanding work.

About the Griffin Museum, and its founder Arthur Griffin:

Arthur Griffin was born in Lawrence, Massachusetts on September 12, 1903. Originally trained to be an illustrator, in 1929 he picked up his first camera — a second-hand folding Brownie — and thus began a passion that would last a lifetime.

By the mid-1930’s, Arthur Griffin had become the exclusive photographer for the newly created Boston Globe Rotogravure Magazine and the New England photojournalist for Life and Time magazines. He went on to become a pioneer in the use of color film and provided the first color photographs to appear in the Saturday Evening Post — a two-page layout on New England.

Opened in 1992, the Griffin Museum is the embodiment of founder Arthur Griffin’s passion — to promote an appreciation of photographic art and a broader understanding of its visual, emotional, and social impact. Arthur’s goal was to share with visitors his enthusiasm for a medium that is diverse, imaginative and informative.