I’m thrilled to have a photo in the New York Times….well, sort of

Not sort of thrilled, I'm very thrilled; but I only sort of have a photo in the Times. Who really has a photo in the New York Times is René de Guzman, senior curator of art and all around good guy, in an article on the Oakland Museum. But there – just above his head and probably not noticed by anybody but René and Richard Taylor – is a portrait of René's wife that I took. 

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6 thoughts on “I’m thrilled to have a photo in the New York Times….well, sort of

  1. That’s great! I thought that was Marnie when I saw the picture in the NYTimes. I figured Mr. de Guzman would have a photo of his lovely wife somewhere in the office space. Plus it’s a great portrait.

  2. Thanks guys. It is pretty hard to not take a beautiful portrait of Marnie. I realized tonight – as I was supposed to be meditating at the Spiritual Center – that I really missed the punch line. I’m thrilled to have a photo in the Oakland Museum. For me, that is bigger than The Times.

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