Making It Here: Photographer Michael Zide

Making It Here: Photographer Michael Zide

Establishing a point of view or a personal vision is at the core for landscape photographer Michael Zide. He began his career in southern California in 1949 and after a brief stint on Martha’s Vineyard, he now calls Amherst home. Choosing to photograph in black and...
To the Village Square

To the Village Square

Photographer Lionel Delevingne of Montague discusses his recently-published book, “To the Village Square” which tells the story—through his photographs—of four decades of the anti-nuclear power movement here in Massachusetts and around the...

Making It Here: Wilbraham Photographer

On tonight’s Making it Here segment, we feature Wilbraham photographer Xenophon Beake who has been in the photography business for over half a century. He also has won multiple prestigious awards and has been lecturing in both traditional and digital capture...

Quabbin Photographer Les Campbell

In the late 1940’s, Les’s passion for photography grew out of his first hobby of “birding.” It was his fascination with birds that drew him to the camera as a means of recording and sharing his enjoyment of their beauty. His search for...

Howes Brothers Photography

The Howes Brothers Alvah, Walter, and George, traveled the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts taking photographs of the residents, documenting pictorially the customs, fashions, architecture, industry, technology, and economic conditions of rural New England at the turn...

Bill Eppridge: LIFE Magazine Photographer

Former LIFE Magazine photographer Bill Eppridge, who shot many photos of the Beatles, discusses the exhibit, “The Beatles! Backstage and Behind the Scenes”, which  includes his work. The exhibit is on display March 12 – June 2 at the Michele and...

Howes Brothers Photography

The Howes Brothers Alvah, Walter, and George, traveled the Pioneer Valley of Massachusetts taking photographs of the residents, documenting pictorially the customs, fashions, architecture, industry, technology, and economic conditions of rural New England at the turn...

Emily Dickinson Photo

Jane Wald, Executive Director of the Emily Dickinson Museum in Amherst discusses the excitement surrounding  the discovery of an 1859 daguerreotype, believed to be the only second known photo of the poet Emily Dickinson. Emily Dickinson Museum      ...