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Welcome to 2020 Gallery Updates!

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Inbetwixt the PHP updates breaking my website, the spambots flooding my forum with hundreds of fake users, and the hacker from Elmwood Park (you know who you are) I've fallen behind on my announcements. Fear not - I am still here creating photographs for you... well, for me anyway. I am sharing my art with the world for reasons even I don't understand anymore. Once upon a time, the long long ago, I thought that being a cutting edge artist would make me rich and famous. I am still not rich. My Internet fame is restricted to a handful of undercover cops who keep wasting my time baiting me to do something illegal (you know who you are). Where do I begin?

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ah, my attempt at creating a surreal mood. My biggest challenge was to keep the model from smiling. I told her that for serious art models cannot smile. I'm super happy with the lighting although this image failed to capture anyone else's attention it is a favorite of mine.

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There's something sweet about a nude woman in a fishing net. The Japanese have an entire genre of Tentacle Porn

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Back to my most heavily explored topic - women in chains. Once again, I asked the model not to smile so much. I asked her to give me her best "I'm being tortured by a perv photographer" pose and she gave me this horrified look. I took the photo but honestly feel guilty and compelled to tell you she is a model, not someone I abducted from a Walmart parking lot!

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Once again, I was in a black&white mood for surrealism and employed one of my closest models to strike a pose with a dead animal skull. This photograph went on display at Art Guild in Manhasset The Art Guild Be sure to stop by their website and if you're in the Long Island area please support them becuse they support little guys like myself.

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