PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO THE WEATHER FORECAST, THE PHOTO WALK MAY BE RESCHEDULED.
Join photographer Heidi Fuhrman on a Winter Photo Walk. As always, Heidi will not burden the walk with an instructional class; rather, she will help point out photographic opportunities and approaches during an energetic 2-hour jaunt through our carriage trails in search of both broad vistas and close-ups. Each season brings different photographic opportunities, and winter brings special light and simplicity.
Heidi’s enthusiasm has guided numerous photography groups through natural settings. Trained as a lawyer, she displays attention to detail and nuance in her photography. As a long-distance runner, she also uses her cell phone to photograph sunrises and wildlife deep in the woods. Heidi has exhibited in many private and public venues in Westchester and NYC.
This past year, she has focused on projects photographing “fog” and “ice,” and these large collections both have been exhibited in public gallery spaces. During the Fall, several of her images were on view at the New York Hall of Science’s exhibit on forest birds and at the Rockefeller Preserve Gallery exhibit on carnivores. Locally, her photographs are routinely featured in Rockefeller State Park Preserve web and print publications. Heidi is also co-president of the 80+ member Color Camera Club of Westchester.
Free and open to all ages
Meet at the Park's Main Office. Any camera is fine, even a cell phone.
Joining Heidi will be RSPP Park Staff & Naturalists Julia Jardine & Rebecca Policello, Friends of Rockefeller Administrative Director & Photographer Jessika Creedon and Westchester Photographer Mey Marple.
The walk will end at approximately noon, but we entourage everyone to stop by the Art Gallery and view SNAP! - Colors Pattern & Texture, showcasing nearly 100 photographs of the Preserve’s beautiful landscape and animals.