Ezra Distler's photographic landscapes on display
Ezra Distler's photographic landscapes, including several panoramas of local spots, may be seen until March 30 at Mocha Joe's Cafe on Main Street.
At times using a technique that captures a scene in great detail, and at other times achieving a melancholic or mystical mood, Distler is inspired by his interactions with immediate surroundings – a walk up Mt Wantastiquet, skate on Kilburn Pond, stroll across the Hinsdale bridge.
Distler recently left his decade-long job at the Brattleboro Co-op to devote himself full time to photography. Besides his own work (which also involves the long-term "Faces" project), he has a business doing portraits for authors and business people, shooting craft and art portfolios, and events.
Distler also has a background in digital retouching and post-production work, having worked for several fashion photographers in Boston, and a graphic design web site. Additionally he has a particular love of archival restoration.
Ezra Distler may be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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