Prints are now for sale on eBay

Prints are now for sale on eBay

It has been a while since we tried to sell any of our work.  So, we thought why not sell prints on eBay.  We are going to give it a try to see if any sell.  Check out our online marketplace. All auctions start at $15 for a signed (but not numbered) 12X18 Luster print….


Cold only slows progress, does not dampen spirits

Even though snow, cold, and generally bad weather has all but halted the overall relief efforts, some houses in Manasquan and the surrounding communities are being lifted, being sided, and being worked on.  This project has become one of opportunity. As much as I would like to spend every night shooting more pictures, the cold…


Final Week @ Morris Arts

There is about a week left at our show at Morris Arts in Morristown, NJ. If you haven’t seen the works, or the the works of the other artists, please try to take a ride up to Gallery 14 at 14 Maple Place, Morristown, NJ. We are hoping to show this collection again later this …


Holding Fast.

It has been well over four months since we updated this project. Likewise, it has been well over four months since we added pictures to this collection. I’d like to think that the project is still going strong; however, I must admit that there is less and less to take pictures of close to home….


Rebirth

After several weeks off from shooting we finally found the motivation to start shooting pictures and documenting the post Hurricane Sandy changes taking place in Manasquan, NJ.  One day on our way to the beach we noticed several houses, all within two blocks of each other, that are being lifted, raised, or knocked down.  We…


Life After Sandy

This past summer we participated in a taped show at Princeton Television called “Life After Sandy.” The show aired locally in Princeton on the cable access network,  YouTube, and Vimeo over the Labor Day Weekend. You can watch the show on Vimeo by clicking on this link. You can also read “Down the Shore”  A…


Morristown art show tries to put back pieces after Sandy

Last night, 9-11-14, we premiered our work at Morris Arts at Gallery 14 in Morristown, NJ. The show was well received by all that attended and there was plenty of great feedback about our project.   Below are three reviews / overviews of the show.  Read what MorristownGreen.com had to say about the show.Read what…


Sandy – Destruction/Constructions Announcement

A new exhibit, Sandy—Destruction/Constructions is opening on 9/11/14 at The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation and Morris Arts in Morristown, NJ.  It was not planned to coincide with the anniversary of that disaster but rather, to roughly mark the second “birthday” of Hurricane Sandy—the Superstorm that racked the East coast of the United States. This exhibition…


Project Reviews

In just a few short weeks 11 pieces from our collection will be on display at Morris Arts at 14 Maple Ave, Morristown, NJ.  Recently, the gallery had this to say about our work. “Photographer Kevin Burkitt explores “the post-Hurricane landscape one night at a time in his series, 91 Days, Countless Nights.”  He uses…


“Sidelight”

Several months ago we took a day trip to Seaside, NJ.  On our way we were detoured along the ocean between Bay Head and Mantoloking.  To our dismay, the houses in this area were still very badly damaged and some where beyond repair. Later that week we went back out along the same route at…