Thursday, May 31, 2007


My best friend Bill was admitted to the hospital over Memorial Day weekend. I'd be lying if I said I wasn't worried, but I'm being strong for him. Though I see Bill laid up in the hospital bed, I miss him terribIy...

Since Bill loves nature and is also a photographer, these photos are especially for him.

BILL! I'm sending all my strength and love to you and wishing you a speedy recovery!


Monday, May 21, 2007

Recent Images May 2007

Still shootin'...searching for purpose.

Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Recent images- May 2007

Most of these images have been shot in the beautiful Southington, Conneticut. I was taken aback by the landscape, especially the train tracks that trace it's way through the sleepy town. Enjoy!

(Also remember to click to enlarge any image--and be sure to check the archives for more of my photography!)

Tree reflection

Train Tracks to Zen


Fatherly Love

Sisters Love

Bleeding Hearts

Yours Truly

Monday, May 14, 2007

The SONYA tour is back!

This week the Fort Greene Photography Organization (a photo collective I founded in 2001) will feature photographic works that explore the theme ENGAGEMENT. This year, FGPO's 6th year exhibiting at the South Of the Navy Yard open artist studio tour will be held at the trendy SMOOCH in Fort Greene, Brooklyn. And it's just not us! There are lots of other aritists representing many artistic disciplines throughout the neighborhoods of Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Bedford-Stuyvesant, and the Navy Yard. Visit for full tour information! In the meantime I hope to see you at the opening reception on SATURDAY MAY 19th from 6pm-9pm.

Gotta dash now and pick up my work from the framers!

Tuesday, May 01, 2007

Road Trip! April 29, 2007

I always love to get out of town when any opportunity arises, and I LOVE road trips! This one was to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for the annual Penn Relays, which is also the city's Black Gay Pride--which isn't worth mentioning too much about, because the events were just that tired. Neverthelss, I did enjoy sharing space with three new friends. Bar hopping, and brunching was the theme of the overnight trip.

On the ride home back to New York on Sunday, when I was slowly coming out of my stupor, I began to see the light--the bright, beautiful light of the day. Cottony white and silver clouds, drifted about the crisp, blue sky. All this inspiration and beauty was overwhelming for me. At seventy miles an hour, I was able to freeze in a moments time, the wonder, beauty, and simplicity of the surrounding landscape...all from a car window, using my digital camera with a manual focus lens!

The images that appear below are portraits of my new friends, and the surrounding landscape. Together, they form a tapestry of delight, wonder and promise.
Click any image enlarge! Enjoy!

All images and text copyrighted by Ocean Morisset.