About the Book
A portfolio of photographs taken in and around Cambridge, Massachusetts in the late 70s by student photographers, Nannette Gonzalez and Joe Kredlow.
At the time the photographs were taken, Nannette and Joe were students working on a masters degree in Graphic Design at Boston University. Together with their friend and fellow student, Nilsa Espasas, they traveled the streets of Cambridge and other parts of Boston taking photographs, enjoying a common interest and building a lasting friendship.
Today, we all continue to enjoy photography as well as each others friendship. The friendship that developed between Nannette and Joe continues as a married couple. They worked together as designers at their design firm, Kredlow & Gonzalez, doing design and photography for the last thirty plus years.
The following portfolio of prints exhibits their early work in black and white slow photography.
Hopefully, the reader will enjoy this publication and the photographs within as much as we originally enjoyed taking the photographs. It establishes a look of Cambridge, Massachusetts before digital photography seen through two friends enjoying photography and each other. Go to my store for more!
Over 40 years of experience in the arts, including entrepreneurship in the areas of graphic design. Their work includes the design of numerous publications and printed materials for various corporate, academic, and professional clients. These consisted of corporate identities, logos, letterheads, posters, brochures, invitations, book covers and interiors, packaging, and signage. (Firm: KREDLOW / GONZALEZ) Graphic Design awards received include those from The American Institute of Graphic Arts (best 50 Book Design in the US), Cologne Book Fair Award, Print Magazine Design Competition, The Art Directors’ Club of Boston, New York Art Directors’ Club, National University and College Design Association, the reprinting of brochure by the Hammermill Paper Company, NAEB/PBS Concept Call Competition, and a regional American Institute of Architects.