You can't make an omelette without breaking eggs.
About the AuthorStu Sporn
Sporn Massachusetts, USA
Stu is an award winning photographer from Massachusetts. He specializes in commercial photography; however, he does get into fine art photography too. He's exhibited in and around the Cape & Islands, Washington, DC and New York. His latest project is "The Omelet Show" which he describes by the proverb, "You can't make an omelet without breaking eggs."
His other book, Happiness is a Cottage in the Woods by the Sea, documents the illuminated cottages in Oak Bluffs on Martha's Vineyard.
Stu brings a lot of emotion into his photography, as seen in his two books. His pictures are whimsical, thought provoking, silly, vivid
and always emotional and it's been said that his work has an Edward Weston flair about it.
You can see more cottage pictures at: http://www.photoshow.com/members/sporn1 and Stuart Sporn on Facebook
Publish Date October 11, 2010
Category Fine Art Photography
Tags fine art photography, coffe table book, special effects, edward weston, fine art, ometet, omelettes, humor, chives, sunset, silliness, lighting, farmers, chickens, food, chefs, diners, puns, provacative, tomatoes, onions, eggs, peppers, photography, torsos, protest