Jody Sataloff History and Art Pavilion
June 30, 2022 – August 26, 2022
“I have a passion for capturing those quiet, meaningful moments increasingly unusual in our noisy world. As such, I am drawn to spirituality, nature, and people who live simple lives close to the earth. Daily life and rituals are so varied across cultures, but we are richer when we embrace all voices, views, and traditions. My work has been published in Parabola Magazine (Vol. 47.2: Ancestors), Photographer’s Forum Magazine annual “Best of Photography” edition multiple times and have received awards for my work including a commendation from the Sony World Photography Awards.”
Born in New York City, Lawrence Elbroch is a self-taught photographer with strong technical skills and the patience to remain still. He studied the entire Time Life book series on Photography, continuing to hone his technique by taking workshops taught by the notable photographers: Sean Kernan, Michael Yamashita, Jock Montgomery, Eddie Soloway, and Dan Burkholder. He has studied photopolymer etching techniques with Paul Taylor and Jeanne Wells. His interest in texture, shadow and light along with his love of candid portraiture are still prevalent today.
Lawrence has traveled extensively with his wife, Victoria, an accomplished printmaker and artist. They have climbed in the Himalayas and been awestruck in temples and bazaars, leading to some collaborative work where their work are meshed seamlessly together.