Rich Klein New York Photography: A Look Back at 2016

January 07, 2017  •  Leave a Comment


t was certainly an exciting year at Rich Klein New York Photography. Here are some highlights I'd like to share:

1-- Shot, edited and published The Catskills of Sullivan County: A Photography Journey, which also led to local media coverage. 

2-- Expanded our photography services to include concert photography, boudoir, portraits and corporate/association events. See our portfolio here. 

3-- Finished second full year of month-long photography exhibits throughout Town of Oyster Bay on Long Island that started with the 2014 publication of Massapequa: A Pictorial History Through The Eyes of Baby Boomers

4-- Secured a permanent installation of a landscape print in my hometown Massapequa (NY) Public Library

5-  Helped drive the successful launch of the Bethel (NY) Arts Council as a member of the Steering Committee

6-- Was official photographer for New York State Travel Industry Association and Sullivan County Visitors Association annual meetings. 

7-- Traveled to Hungary and Italy for a whirlwind photographic journey, focusing on Budapest, Rome, Pompei and Sorrento. 

8-- Shot my first "Fall Foliage"/country wedding celebration at The Arnold House in Livingston Manor, NY

9-- Participated in first Bethel Book & Photo Fair at the Catskill Distilling Company, where I sold my Catskills book and local fine art prints. 

10-- Installed first "all monochrome exhibit" 

And 2017 is off to an exciting start. On January 21, I will be chronicling a group of women traveling from upstate New York to Washington, DC to participate in the Women's March on Washington -- and expect that some of those photos will be published in a local newspaper. 

Do you have a business or life event scheduled in 2017 and want to create fine art photographic memories? 

Please get in touch to save the date. email: / Phone: 917-470-3073. And please follow us on Instagram @richkleinny and Twitter @RichKleinNYS

Wishing everyone a joyous and successful 2017.

-- Rich Klein





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