Brooklin Camera Club members photographs using various techniques and compositions are on display.
Brooklin Camera Club Members
Kevin G. Madden is a retired neurologist currently residing on Longboat Key, Florida. He has spent part of each summer in Brooklin, Maine for the past eight years. His photographic interests include maritime landscape, architecture, and nature, including both studio and outdoor macro projects. He is self-taught, but has been fortunate to have had outstanding mentors, among them Jeffrey P. Gunthart. His life-long interest in the visual arts has provided inspiration both in composition and lighting. Influences include Walker Evans, Richard Avedon, and Winslow Homer.
Kevin returned to photography as a serious endeavor in 2017, and the images in this exhibition were taken a year later. They show a deep affection for Brooklin and the Maine coast.
Stephen Greenberg is the organizer for Brooklin Camera Club.
Brooklin is a wonderfully unique town. There is a great mix of people; those having grown up here and some, like myself, having fallen in love with this magical place later in life. My growth as a photographer has been nurtured by the beauty of Brooklin and the surrounding area. Naskeag Point at any time of the day and season and the Wooden Boat School with its outstanding campus and creative activities. And especially our wonderful library, under who’s sponsorship, the Brooklin Camera Club has formed. These images are but a small sample of all this area has to offer.
I’ve worked 45+ years as a psychiatrist. Had a Konica SLR in the early 70’s but stopped shooting in ’75 after a serious auto accident while traveling in Oaxaca, Mexico. About 20 years ago, I became interested in digital photography and its creative possibilities. I also enjoy postproduction work as part of that creative process.