About the Book
Photojournalist John Andrulis has spent the last year photographing the Jersey Shore during the winter and summer months. This book beautifully captures the most unique, historic and fun shoreline in the United States. See the diversity of towns from the Victorian charm of Cape May with its prolific fishing industry and marshes teeming with waterfowl. Wildwood's boardwalk, amusement piers and sprawling beach are larger than life and visually captivating. Settle into classic Jersey shore scenes in Avalon, Stone Harbor, Sea Isle City and the bucolic small town of Strathmere. Catamaran's on a pristine beach at Margate; a bustling boardwalk, lifeguard boats and the amusement parks make Ocean City the perfect family vacation spot, while Ventnor's towering condos anticipate the entertainment mecca of Atlantic City. Fun in the sun on Long Beach Island along with the beauty of the Harvey Cedar's marina and Barnegat Light's busy inlet and fisherman casting their lines near the lighthouse.
Features & Details
- Category Fine Art Photography
Large Format Landscape, 13×11 in, 33×28 cm
- Publish Date Jan 15, 2008
- Tags From Cape May to Barnegat Light, beautiful black and white photographs in a large 11x13 inch, hardcover format. Boats, ferris wheels, the boardwalk, ice cream trucks and tug-of-wars in the sand - the shore at its best., umbrellas, sunbathers, children, parents, dogs
John Andrulis hails from central New Jersey and is the owner of JAG Fine Art in Philadelphia, PA. He has lived all over the United States including Moab, Utah; Berkeley, CA; Missoula, Montana; Manhattan; Lambertville, NJ and Philadelphia. John studied English Literature at the University of Colorado and overseas at the University of Lancaster in England. He studied Photojournalism in graduate school at the University of Montana and Photography at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and the International Center of Photography in New York City. His travels have taken him throughout Europe, Southeast and Central Asia and Central America. John taught in public schools and has worked for newspapers and continues to do freelance work for magazines and in commercial photography. He is available for commissions and can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215.840.8591.