Ed was born in Brooklyn, NY and grew up mostly in the beach town of Far Rockaway, NY. He now lives in Glen Allen, VA with his wife, Arline.
After retiring from corporate life, Ed’s passion became creating photographic stories of ordinary people going about their regular lives. He hopes that his photos impact you, the viewer. Different viewers will have different reactions to his photos and that’s ok. His goal is that you will feel something.
His photos have been published in The Street Photographer Notebook and Snapshot magazines. His solo show, Humanisms was exhibited at Anne’s Visual Arts Studio Gallery (Richmond, VA). Additionally, his photos have been exhibited at The New York Center for Photographic Arts (New York City), Glave Kocen Gallery (Richmond, VA), Montpelier Center for Arts & Education (Richmond, VA), Columbus (GA) State University Rankin Arts Photography Center, 311 Gallery (Raleigh, NC), Lagrange Art Museum (Lagrange, GA), The Athenaeum Gallery (Alexandria, VA), Taubman Museum of Art (Roanoke, VA), Fusion Art (Palm Springs, CA), Perkinson Center for the Arts & Education (Chester, VA), the RAWLS Museum of Arts (Courtland, VA) and others.